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Five players Gary Kubiak is anxious to see in preseason action: Chris Henry, Troy Nolan, Trindon Holliday, Earl Mitchell and Malcolm Sheppard, from John McClain.
Joel Dreessen typically stays on the field well after practice is over, says Jordan Godwin.
Tim Bulman is out indefinitely, writes McClain and Godwin.
Brice McCain will start for Kareem Jackson in Arizona, while Jackson attends his grandmother’s funeral, says McClain.
Brian Cushing’s real syndrome is believing we’re dopes, says Mike Freeman.
Injuries are making for an offensive line scramble, says Mike Chappell.
The defense delivered some hits in practice, says Chappell.
Criticism motivates Gerald Alexander, says Vito Stellino.
Rookie returners Deji Karim and Scotty McGee get their first big test against the Eagles, says Stellino.
Mike Thomas isn’t too small for anything, says Vic Ketchman.
Chuck Cecil is looking for a second-year jump, says Jim Wyatt.
So many fans wanted Chris Johnson’s autograph, they crushed a chain-link fence and a little boy was injured, say Wyatt and John Glennon.
Damian Williams came off PUP and made a quick impression, says Glennon.
Kerry Collins will get the least work in preseason games of all four Titans quarterbacks, says Wyatt.
LeGarrette Blount is trying to prove reliable, says David Boclair.
Robert Johnson is trying to stand out, says Phil Brame.
Craig Johnson talks about Blount, a player on the fringe, with Steve Wyche.