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The Titans wrapped up day three of training camp yesterday, so Jim Wyatt provides us 3 observations from day three.Yesterday was the debut of Derrick Henry in pads, some dust was shaken off, and three players (McCain, Wallace, and Andrews) experienced injuries. Also of note: Amy Adams Strunk was at practice again today.

Quick Hit: Rookie Linebacker Aaron Wallace suffered a high ankle sprain.

Speaking of Amy Adams Strunk: she has had a conversation with the league regarding a uniform change. She says a refresh and update are certainly needed, but this kind of stuff takes time. It's not something that can happen in one year. It takes two years for a change to happen, and she plans to revisit that discussion with the league in the future.

Quick Hit: Tajae Sharpe won't forget about the teams that passed him up.

We checked out Wyatt's day three observations, so now let's see five observations from John Glennon. He notes the defense had the upper hand, the "Smashmouth" is going to be a challenge, Henry isn't just a North-South runner, the penalty flags were flying, and Lewan is a fan of new Offensive Line coach Russ Grimm.

Quick Hit: Terry McCormick's observations from day three.

The NFL only allows 12 padded practices, and the Titans need to make them count. These 12 practices need to be enough for the Titans to set the tone of a physical team, and they need to use these practices to figure out who will play that Left Guard position.

Rapid Links!
The Titans are motivated by a message from Tim Shaw.
The Titans claimed Cornerback Tyler Patmon from waivers.
Day 3 training camp photo gallery.

That's all for today. Happy reading!