Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans…
As he gets ready for camp, Titans receiver Kendall Wright worked out at Baylor with Robert Griffin III, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Former Titans defensive lineman Dave Ball has pledged to clean up his language in his second season as a high school assistant coach, says Wyatt.
Zach Mettenberger looks more like a second- or third-round talent than a sixth-round pick, says R. Kyle Harris of Music City Miracles.
The Titans had 12 open practices the past two seasons and are down to eight for this year’s training camp, says David Boclair of the Nashville Post.
To which I say: Get used to less of a view of the Titans, for yourself and through the media. Ken Whisenhunt is far more secretive than Jeff Fisher and Mike Munchak were.
“The most important thing about (Avery) Williamson is he gives the Titans a different type of linebacker, one they didn’t have on their current roster. Whatever their more specific strengths and weaknesses, Zach Brown, Zaviar Gooden, Colin McCarthy, and Wesley Woodyard are all primarily space players who need to be protected and shouldn’t be expected to have success if they have to consistently take on and fight through defenders. Moving to a 3-4 defense, even the Ray Horton one-gap version of it, the Titans needed a more physical inside linebacker.” Tom Gower of Total Titans on the Titans newest linebacker.