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Most Britt-ish off-season workouts ever to happen in Nashville.
Most Britt-ish off-season workouts ever to happen in Nashville.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The practice fields at BSP are back in action, and the the first off-season workouts are already upon us!

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Hasselbeck and Locker spoke with the press about their eagerness to get started competing for the starting QB job. Also in this post, Chris Johnson talks about his expectations for this new year, especially with this being the first full offseason he's spent with the team since before his rookie season.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 GD I hope Kenny Britt can find a way to stay healthy this year:

Key Stat: Britt has dropped just eight passes since entering the league, while forcing 18 broken tackles.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Wyatt talks with Titans GM Ruston Webster about the state of the roster and their mindset going into the draft.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Jeff Fisher had his annual charity softball game, but Thorchak is keeping it blue collar with his charity event: a bowling tournament to raise money for the American Diabetes Association of Tennessee. The event will be held on June 14th at the Hillwood Strike & Spare Family Fun Center in West Nashville.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Ben Muth, the resident O-line guru at Football Outsiders, sizes up some of this draft's deep crop of O-linemen. Always a good read when Muth publishes.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Don Banks likes what he sees from South Dakota State WR Dale Moss, who was playing collegiate basketball before 2011.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Mark Barron is creeping back up a lot of people's draft boards, and Ruston Webster, who just handed a franchise tag to Michael Griffin, sounds like a fan:

"Mark Barron is a big, tough, instinctive safety," Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster said. "He's got size; he can play in the box; and he can play deep."

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Matt Bowen asks the question that could completely determine our first round pick: When does the run on CBs start? The number of DEs and CBs that go in front of us will be critical. If it's more than 7 or 8 at those combines positions, we could be stuck in a situation where we have to take the BPA, even if it's a position where we don't have a massive need.