Tennessee Titans safety Brady Breeze has Mike Vrabel’s attention.
Okay, we all get it. Camp is underway. Guys are trying to make a name for themselves, and there’s no better way to do that than by making some sort of statement, especially if the statement is one that’s physical in its presentation, but guys have to be smart too.
By now, you’ve all heard the story about Brady Breeze being kicked out of practice for going ‘Hulk Smash’ with a violent blow on Dez Fitzpatrick at a recent practice session. Again, we all get it, but you have to be smart too. You have to protect your teammates and save some of that angst for the other teams at preseason games.
Titans head coach Mike Vrabel asked that Breeze leave the field immediately. Truthfully, that’s what Vrabel should have done, but if you’re Breeze, there’s one way that you can look at this. He definitely has the coach’s attention now, and if he can channel his frustration in a more positive direction, that attention could help him find favor with the leader and his position coach, Scott Booker.
He could use a few votes being thrown in his favor. Making the roster isn’t impossible, but it’s a tough hill to climb with Kevin Byard, Amani Hooker, Dane Cruikshank, and Matthias Farley seemingly being the locks to make this roster.