The Tennessee Titans have completed their first full week of camp and are currently headed to Georgia for the scrimmage against the Falcons. The Titans lost Eugene Amano for the season, and have a few guys that are banged up, but have emerged from the first week fairly healthy. Here is what Coach Mike Munchak had to say about the first week of practice:
I think the good thing is it’s a week of everything [being] reinstalled. We’ve had a month off, so we’ve had a chance, in the past seven or eight days, to really cover every situation that can happen in a game, from the two-minute, the four-minute, the red zone, to all different things they see offensive-defensive scheme wise, to blitzes. So, we’ve had a lot in the last 10 days. A lot of this, they’ve had before so that’s the good thing. I think it’s been good. Obviously, the biggest concern at the time is injuries. They have competed real well. The energy has been real good. I am looking forward to kind of getting into the second week. I thought the trip to the stadium yesterday worked out for a lot of good reasons because it was really good for us. And then the Atlanta thing and feeling like we have a game on Monday kind of deal because it’s something new. Then, we start the preseason and we will go on to the next phase.
Things start to ramp up with the scrimmage today. The Titans are also just a few days away from their first preseason game in Seattle. With the Hall of Fame game this past Sunday, we will now have football every weekend until February.