The Tennessee Titans had their second open session of organized team activities (OTAs) on Wednesday, so we got our latest look at the team’s players in action.
Of course, this is still the voluntary portion of OTAs; however, the Titans will begin the mandatory portion of their offseason program on June 14, with mandatory minicamp.
From here, the Titans have five more sessions of voluntary OTAs (June 2, June 6-9), but head coach Mike Vrabel revealed the team may not use all of them. The next session open to the media will be on Tuesday, June 7.
For the first time since having issues finishing practices, Titans wide receiver and 2022 first-round pick, Treylon Burks, addressed the situation, albeit with little detail. He did say the team is keeping the situation “in house.”
Burks was once again limited at practice on Wednesday. That’s just one of the biggest takeaways from Wednesday’s practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park.