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2016 Schedule
3-13, 4th in AFC South
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WR Johnson impresses in first Titans workout

Andre Johnson impressed in his first practice with the Titans on Saturday, with safety Rashad Johnson saying, "He made some really eye-popping catches."

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

DeMarco Murray said Titans practice Saturday was the best first practice he's been part of in his six NFL years.

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Kendall Wright had play of day, a jumping, reaching catch where he pulled it in with one hand between three defenders and stayed up, ran for TD. Mike Mularkey: Wright made solid decisions out of slot.

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So I was telling a story to a couple of friends when all of a sudden… Tre McBride didn't catch it. Neither did Marqueson Huff.

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Justin Hunter from Matt Cassel at Titans training camp.

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Andre Johnson makes a catch early in team period. Mariota rolled right, hit Johnson on the right sideline in front of Antwon Blake.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans return men like Dexter McCluster are catching balls with tails, almost like fast descending kites, But more predictable.

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Marcus Mariota leading the Titans as they get loose.

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Andre Johnson pulls on his new practice jersey as he takes the field with the Titans.

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Ben Jones, Marcus Mariota, and Derrick Henry at the very start of early warm-ups for the Titans first practice.

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Newest Titan is on the roster.

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This little fan not as interested in Oilers/Titans history as dad is.

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Titans fans lined up awaiting open gates for first practice of training camp.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Titans start training camp practices today, one guy they definitely need to stay healthy is defensive end Ropati Pitoitua. He's due a $3 million base salary this year plus $15,625 per game active. It's hard to imagine a guy who played in just five games last year sticking. The Titans have Jurrell Casey and DaQuan Jones as starters at the position, with recent draft picks Angelo Blackson and Austin Johnson in place. If Pitoitua suffers an injury that would outlast the preseason, the Titans would have to eat some money to cut him.

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Maybe the best piece of art among all this new stuff at Titans headquarters. We think it's Avery Williamson.

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Rookie OLB Kevin Dodd is on PUP. GM Jon Robinson told me early this week he expected Didd to be good to go Saturday. Mike Mularkey said its short term. Will focus on conditioning.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Mularkey calls start to Titans camp fast and furious. Walk-through a in morn, practices in heat first two days.

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Music City Miracle memorialized near player entry to building.

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Titans refurbished locker room.

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Titans hallway.

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Marcus Mariota showed me one exercise he does to strengthen his VMOs -- vastus medial obliques. The tear drop muscles above the kneecap help with stability and injury prevention.

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Red zone success could be a good sign

The Titans' offense was much better in the red zone last year than elsewhere on the field. While that is unlikely to happen again, it might lead to improvement, per Bill Barnwell. Red zone analysis

Team Stats

Passing Yards218.9Tied-25th
Rushing Yards92.825th
Points For18.728th
Points Against26.427th

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