Watch Will Levis put perfect touch on display with Nick Westbrook-Ikhine at OTAs

Watch Tennessee Titans sophomore quarterback Will Levis locate Nick Westbrook-Ikhine for a TD during Tuesday's OTAs practice
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The Tennessee Titans held their final organized team activity (OTA) practice on Tuesday afternoon. Head coach Brian Callahan confirmed he'll hold a team-bonding day on Wednesday before the players embark on their midsummer break before training camp. As always, the final practice welcomed plenty of fireworks.

Sophomore franchise quarterback Will Levis enjoyed up-and-down performances throughout OTAs and mandatory minicamp. On Tuesday, the highs were evident when he hit fifth-year wide receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine for a touchdown during a seven-on-seven period. Levis' arm talent was on full display. Westbrook-Ikhine broke out a "new dad" celebration. Congratulations to him and his partner!

Westbrook-Ikhine has been bumped down the depth chart this offseason, but Tuesday's practice was a reminder of his reliability. General manager Ran Carthon acquired Calvin Ridley and Tyler Boyd to pair alongside DeAndre Hopkins. When healthy, their presences guarantee that Westbrook-Ikhine won't be miscast into a starting role (like he has in past years).

Despite having better depth at receiver, the Titans still decided to re-sign Westbrook-Ikhine to a one-year contract earlier this summer. Many expected that he'd be considered surplus under the new regime given that he was a favorite of Mike Vrabel and Jon Robinson. That isn't the case, and coach Callahan has routinely shared his appreciation for Westbrook-Ikhine and his ability to play multiple roles in an offense.

Levis and Westbrook-Ikhine showcased good chemistry throughout the stretch of the 2023 season. The former Hoosiers standout caught a noteworthy touchdown from Levis in his first career start against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 8. Westbrook-Ikhine recorded at least one reception in every game he played with the Titans' new starting quarterback.

Westbrook-Ikhine has accumulated 94 catches for 1,276 yards and 10 touchdowns through four completed campaigns with the team. If Tuesday's practice offered any indication, the former undrafted free agent out of Indiana will continue maximizing his opportunities in the offense, whenever and however they come.