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Titans retiring numbers of George and McNair

The Titans will retire the numbers of franchise stalwarts Eddie George and Steve McNair prior to the team's home opener in September, it was announced Wednesday.

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Here are the jerseys the Titans are retiring. Eddie George and Steve McNair. This is the first time in NFL history that a 9 or 27 have been retired.

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Titans announce they'll be retiring Steve McNair and Eddie George's number at the home opener this year.

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Practice was a little more energetic for the Titans today. Offense started slow but a catch by Tajae Sharpe got things going for them. Defense still looked good. More balanced today as far as offense vs. defense.

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Not on the field for Day 2 of Titans minicamp include: Ryan Succop, Jeffery Simmons, Jonnu Smith, Delanie Walker, Rodger Saffold and Jack Conklin. Conklin did some work in a far field.

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Titans WR AJ Brown working with coach Rob Moore during individual period.

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A few takeaways from Day 1 of Titans minicamp: 1. WR A.J. Brown took part in some of the individual period. He went through ladder drills and worked on releases with WR coach Rob Moore. Brown was posted next to Corey Davis whenever Davis wasn't on the field for all other parts of practice. 2. The offense overall looked off. Marcus Mariota was late on a deep out to Corey Davis and LeShaun Simms broke up the pass. He was also nearly picked off when he targeted Mycole Pruitt along the hashes. They worked on mostly short to intermediate routes but the defense seemed to have the better day. 3. The DBs especially looked good today. Mike Jordan had a pass breakup and interception on consecutive plays. Dane Cruikshank and Malcolm Butler dropped would be INTs but did a good job getting into position to make the plays. Simms was also a standout. 4. Jack Conklin and Jonnu Smith came out after practice to get some work in on a far field. 5. Jeffery Simmons spoke for the first time and said he's getting a lot of work in the classroom while trying to stay sharp mentally despite not being on the field. He's continuing to rehab and doesn't have a definitive answer regarding playing this season.

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WR A.J. Brown didn't take part in most of practice was limited even during individual period. They're being precautionary with his hamstring.

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No sign of Ryan Succopp, Jonnu Smith, Delanie Walker, Jeffery Simmons, Rodger Saffold, Jack Conklin at the start of Titans minicamp.

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A few takeaways from OTAs today: 1. Rookie WR A.J. Brown pulled up after working on release against DB Mike Jordan during individual period. Brown grabbed at his hamstring before he tried to walk it off but couldn't and left the field. He reappeared after practice and seemed to be all right. 2. Tajae Sharpe had a solid day. He caught everything that came his way including a couple of lasers from Marcus Mariota in red zone 7 on 7. Sharpe also caught a well-placed pass in the back of the end zone from Ryan Tannehill. 3. Mariota had another solid day. He opened team period with a bomb to Taywan Taylor on a post route. Mariota also hit Cam Batson on a seam route that was perfectly placed between multiple defenders. 4. Adoree Jackson got some more work in on the sandpit. He said the minor procedure he had was a result of something that happened towards the end of last season but it's nothing to be concerned with. Jackson is excited to work in the sandpit because it reminds him of the days when he used to do track workouts on the sand. 5. Harold Landry spoke to the media after practice. He clearly put in some extra time in the weight room. Landry says he's 255 lbs which is up from his playing weight last year. He's worked on some new moves to compliment his speed off the edge.

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A.J. Brown came out after practice and was walking without a limp. He pulled up earlier but didn't seem to have an issue as he walked around after team stretch.

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Titans WR A.J. Brown pulled up during a rep in individual period. He was working on his releases against the DBs. Brown went into the facility after trying to walk it off and didn't return for the rest of practice.

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A few takeaways from OTAs: 1. Marcus Mariota was more than willing to make tight window throws. He shined during red zone 7 on 7. Mariota also dropped a dime to Taywan Taylor on a go route in team period. His best throw was to TE Mycole Pruitt on an outbreaking route. He threw it before Pruitt made his break and had perfect trajectory to go over the linebacker. 2. Rookie WR A.J. Brown made a number of catches including one in the back of the end zone during red zone 7 on 7. Brown is working his releases, running precise routes, and catches everything cleanly. 3. Rookie safety Amani Hooker looks like he'll be one of the players the Titans use to match up with TEs. 4. Mike Vrabel worked with Jurrell Casey during individual period. There's a new sandpit on the practice field. Casey and Adoree Jackson did workouts in it. Jackson didn't take part on 7 on 7 or team periods. 5. New OC Arthur Smith is very intense and demanding of the offense. He harps on details such as depth of routes and timing in the passing game as well as steps the OLine take in run blocking. 6. TE Delanie Walker continues to progress. He took part in 7 on 7 but not team period. Mariota hit Walker a few times during 7 on 7.

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Here's the ‘Nifty 50' after the Titans wrapped up another day of OTAs with updates on Marcus Mariota, Adoree Jackson, and Delanie Walker.

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