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Notes from Saturday's Tennessee Titans Training Camp Practice

The Tennessee Titans were on the field this afternoon for a practice that was closed to the fans but open to the media. Unfortunately the Titans have decided to only grant me one day of training camp access as a credentialed member of the media, so I won't be able to provide some of the stuff that I did last year. I will still try to get out there as much as I can as a fan, and I would love for any of you who make it out there to the open sessions to write a fanpost about what you saw.

Notes from today's practice after the jump.

There were a couple of position changes that Jim Wyatt noted on his Twitter feed (@jwyattsports). Jason Jones has been moved outside to defensive end, and Will Witherspoon has been moved inside to middle linebacker (I guess that makes it a 4-way battle). Neither of those moves come as a surprise.

Wyatt said that both Derrick Morgan and Stafon Johnson practiced today and looked good.

He also noted that Jake Locker struggled throwing the ball early but finished strong.

Wyatt also noted that all players and coaches are staying in a hotel during training camp. Jeff Fisher would usually let the veterans stay where they wanted.

Jonathan Hutton notes on his Twitter account (@hutton1045) that Kenny Britt didn't practice today because they are being careful with his hamstring. Hutton has a bunch of audio from after today's practice as well.

Kuharsky notes that the starting defensive line was William Hayes, Jovan Haye, Jurrell Casey and Jason Jones from left to right, and that the linebackers were Akeem Ayers, Will Witherspoon and Gerald McRath. He said that Haye is up from 275 pounds last year to 312 pounds this year. Our boy Alterraun Verner started at corner opposite Cortland Finnegan.

I thought when I read Hutton's tweet that Britt didn't practice it meant he was out of shape, but Kuharsky says Britt appeared to be in really good shape.

Tomorrow's practice is at 6:30 PM and open to the public. I am not going to be able to make it out, so anyone that is and can report back to us would be much appreciated.