The NFL released the training camp dates for all 32 NFL teams, and the Tennessee Titans will start by welcoming the rookies on July 22nd.
As the season inches closer, we have finally received the full list of dates for the start of training camps around the league. The Tennessee Titans will hold their training camp at Saint Thomas Sports Park in Nashville, Tennessee.
Rookies will start their session on July 22nd, while the rest of the team will report to work on July 25th.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted out the entire list for every team in the league.
Some storylines to follow
Training camp could see the return of veteran tight end Delanie Walker, who suffered a broken ankle in Week 1 of last season and has not taken the field since. Walker will be a key part of the Titans’ offense if he can return healthy, so that’s definitely something to watch.
Much of the talk in training camp will be about quarterback Marcus Mariota. The 25-year-old signal-caller didn’t look so great this spring according to those who watched him. Mariota is in a contract year and the spotlight will shine brightest on him. It’ll be interesting to see if he gets off on the right foot to start training camp.
The Titans will have some interesting rookies to follow when the youngsters report on the 22nd.
Second-round pick A.J. Brown and third-round pick Nate Davis will be two of the bigger names to watch. Davis has a shot to earn himself a starting spot, while Brown has some serious hype following him around. We’ll get a good look at just how bright of a future these two 2019 Titans draft picks have.
And, of course, there’s the defense. Defensive coordinator Dean Pees’ group looks like it can be one of the best in football, so who shines the most and earns their spot on this deep and talented defense is definitely something to keep an eye on.