NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Titans’ full 90-man roster was out on the practice field Tuesday for phase three of organized team activities.
Up until this point, practices have consisted of individual position group pairings, but now the competition is elevated as players go head to head.
“It was kind of like a training camp tempo a little bit, that’s how we wanted to be, we kind of wanted to practice fast and go hard so it felt good,” said All-Pro safety Kevin Byard.
Keeping the practice fast-paced and starting at a high level was a goal of the team headed into practice.
“I think like he said wherever you are in your progress, your speed, your recognition, everybody has something they need to work on and this is the time to do it,” said defensive end Cameron Wake. “Wherever you set the bar high, now the goal is to improve so wherever your starting point is now you’re going to improve the finish line.”
The Titans back out on the field include quarterback Marcus Mariota. He finished last season with a neck injury as the team barely missed the playoffs. So, he’s feeling the heat.
“I really don’t and I just try to be the best that I can be for these guys and let it ride. No matter what I still get to play a game I love and I’m just going to make the most of it.”
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