After an off day on Wednesday, the Tennessee Titans returned to the practice field on Thursday morning for their seventh session of training camp.
After an up-and-down training camp so far, quarterback Malik Willis might have had his best session on Thursday, as he shined in the red-zone portion.
Before practice, Titans quarterbacks coach Pat O’Hara gave his assessment of Willis so far, detailing what the rookie is doing well and what he needs to improve on.
“He’s able to retain information really well, and so his decision-making, which we monitor, has been very good for a rookie,” O’Hara said. “And things that he hasn’t had to do before, relative to working from the pocket, his feet need to catch up with his mind.
“It’s getting better; it takes time,” O’Hara continued. “Malik has a very strong arm and a really cool skill set, but you can’t always rely on that all the time. These windows are tight; the geography is different with the hash marks in the pro game, which makes a big difference, in my opinion.”
The Titans had some notable absences, and a few players left early with apparent injuries. We’ll take a look at that and more in our camp takeaways from Day 7.