The number one goal of every NFL at this point in the offseason is to get all of their players through the dead period to training camp. (Knock on wood but) That is exactly what the Tennessee Titans have done to this point. While former "safe" draft picks like the Pouncey brothers are reportedly trashing bars on their birthday, players like Tommie Campbell who was a huge question mark, continue to keep their noses clean.
If staying healthy and out of trouble is the number one goal, then the second thing teams want to do in the offseason is improve. The Titans not only added some great talent to the roster (Dexter McCluster, Shaun Phillips, Wesley Woodyard) but they made impressive changes at the top. Adding arguably a top-five play caller on each side of the ball the the coaching staff (Ray Horton and Ken Whisenhunt) they have already started turning this team around.
Under Mike Munchak it felt like the right intentions were there, but he just didn't understand how to put a good team on the field. The new coaching staff knows how to squeeze every ounce of talent out of these players, and we could see a remarkably different team going forward.
Now there have been some bumps in the road this offseason. The Titans did lose Alterraun Verner, and it was mainly because he wanted to leave. He had been tossed around by Jerry Gray early in his career with the Titans, and I think he just wanted a fresh start. The Titans also have yet to sign Taylor Lewan, their 2014 first round draft pick. That deal will obviously get done, and hopefully it will be a non-story by the time training camp arrives.
However it is important to remember just how good this offseason has been for the Titans. This team is getting better, and not through splashy stories of free agents or signing a draft pick that sends the internet into a frenzy. They are steadily building for the future by adding blue-chip coaches and core players. Exactly the way that fans should want.