Dorial Green-Beckham working to learn while slowed by hamstring

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Rookie receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has worked to slim down while missing time with a hamstring injury. "It is always tough from a receiver standpoint to sit back and watch, and see all the veterans and everyone else working hard. Of course you want to be out there," Green-Beckham told Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. "But it is not anything major, and not anything I am too concerned about. It is just a slight injury, and I have had [hamstring] problems before and it hasn't stopped me from playing. Right now we just want to treat it right, and I'm doing my best to learn."

To which I say: There is a chance DGB is back on the field with the team for organized team activities on Monday.

Five Titans Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean thinks have looked good in OTAs so far. The surprise is undrafted outside linebacker J.R. Tavai, who's getting some time with the ones because the Titans are thin there.

"The fact that we had a poor run game last year isn't on the running backs. It's not on the quarterbacks," Taylor Lewan told David Climer of The Tennessean. "It's 100 percent on the offensive line -- from me to [Michael] Roos to everybody that was on the offensive line last year."

Ruston Webster's work as Titans GM ranks fourth in the NFL in 2015, says Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report.

Bishop Sankey ranks 83rd among running backs from 2014, per Matt Miller of Bleacher Report. "Sankey's biggest problem is his inability to break tackles." Shonn Greene is 69th.

Matt Bowen of Bleacher Report puts the Titans' defense fourth in the AFC South. (Video.)