Shawn Jefferson is a very passionate coach. He's a yeller. And those are great things for the Titans. He's gotten the receivers to buy in. He'll also be the first to admit that he's been really tough on Titans' rookie, Justin Hunter. You know what? That's also a good thing. Pushing him will make him become a better player. It could push him to stardom.
Kuharsky also talks about Jefferson and his style. I can't overstate how happy I am that he's on this staff. I also think he becomes a head coaching candidate very soon.
The Titans have really high expectations for Justin Hunter. Shawn Jefferson says that Hunter hasn't frustrated him at all to this point and that he's further along than Megatron was his rookie year.
Kamerion Wimbley has had another offseason to get ready to play 4-3 DE. He and the Titans hope that he can play fresher with less snaps and being in even better shape.
Titans receivers are making a big point of practicing blocking because we have CJ, a true home run threat and all he has to do is make one guy miss and it's six points.
Amie Wells interviews Lavar Edwards who talks about playing in his first NFL preseason game and his first sack. He's also the back up long snapper.
Jim Wyatt has video observations from Tuesday's practice.
Quote of the Day: "The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist." -Verbal