As fans continue to grow antsy on waiting for the season to get here, one thing that helps is the announcement of the Titans training camp days. This year the Titans will have thirteen different practices open to the public leading up to the first and second preseason games.
Ready for #TitansCamp? Announcing 13 practices that are free and open to the public from 7/29-8/17.
Here are two things to look out for during training camp this year:
Wide Receivers Group
Everybody knows that Corey Davis, Rishard Matthews, and Eric Decker are all guaranteed for a lot of playing time this year. However, there are some guys on the roster right now who might not be there after camp this year. These are guys like Harry Douglas and Tre McBride. Douglas and McBride are both slot receivers and the new rookie Taywan Taylor will play more than both of them. There is a chance that Douglas and McBride both get cut, but there is also a chance that one of them stays. Watching how they perform in camp might determine their future with the team.
It’s very easy to say that Delanie Walker has absolutely nothing to worry about with being the number one tight end on the roster but it’s more about who will be playing behind him. 3rd round pick Jonnu Smith is liked by a lot of people (especially Delanie Walker who said that he will be better than him) but he is only a rookie. Entering his third year with the team, Phillip Supernaw already knows the system well and he just signed a multi-year deal with the Titans. The battle for the number two spot at the tight end position will be something to look out for during camp.
There are always things to look out for entering training camp for all teams, but these are two of the main things to look out for during Titans camp.