Nobody will blame you if have had a bit of a hard time following the NFL since the end of the 2022 season. Chatter about free agency and the draft dominated the early offseason. Then, minicamp and Organized Team Activities took place. Now, training camp is set to start and the Tennessee Titans will be reporting on July 22 (rookies) and July 25 (veterans).
While the Titans have to address a few questions, such as who will start at right tackle while Nicholas Petit-Frere serves a suspension, there are several reasons to be ecstatic about Tennessee, including the next five:
No. 5 The Titans are (mostly) healthy ahead of the 2023 season
Injuries are an inherent part of football and there's not much teams can do but prepare to the best of their capabilities. Having said that, the Titans' injury report during the 2022 season was long enough to make a nurse faint after giving it a glance. By the end of the year, they had a league-high 34 players on the Injured Reserved list. That's simply too much. The good news is that Tennessee is entering training camp with a relatively clean bill of health.
The only major injury the Titans are dealing with is outside linebacker Harold Landry III, who is still recovering from the ACL tear he suffered last year and has yet to practice. However, he's making strides and should return at some point of the regular season.
Leaving Landry aside, the Titans are entering training camp in good shape and it would be great if it can carry over into the regular season.