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Is the Titans' offense up to the task? Conor Orr of takes a look at the Titans' upcoming training camp. He what the offense will look like. He feels the addition of Murray and the (ever so popular) phrase "exotic smashmouth" leads us to believe the Titans could look like a cross between the Panthers and the Eagles. Orr wonders if DGB can make the leap. Will he improve on his rookie season, or will he just be taught how to block. Also: with Sharpe continue to wow coaches when training camp begins? How will he look when the pads are on? Orr also notes his player to watch during training camp is Chance Warmack. Maybe this will be the season Warmack puts it all together? Hopefully the offensive line, in general, will show improvement next season.

Quick Hit: The good, the bad, and more for the Titans.

Lorenzo Reyes of USA Today offers up an off-season report on the Titans. He notes that the team has...well...sucked, and that Robinson came in with a goal in mind: to gather "assets" for the draft, and to find physical players to fill holes on the roster. He also notes the Titans had one huge thing in their favor: Marcus Mariota. Their main objective going into the off-season was to protect him, and sorrund him with serious weapons. Reyes then takes a look at the positions on the team, and I'm not about to summarize all that.

Quick Hit: Lewan is hoping to "quietly" improve in 2016.

Perrish Cox is looking to back up his talk with his play. Cox loves to trash talk, and he loves to get everyone all riled up. He is going into his second season with the Titans, and he is well aware there is competition for that starting spot across from Jason McCourty. He isn't really all that worried about it. They will put whoever they want out on the field, and he acknowledges that that is their choice. He views the competition as a good thing, and he feels it helps everybody, and helps everyone get work in.

That's all for today. Happy reading!