Despite some scrambling, Titans’ O-Line feels it’s built needed cohesion

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The time together up front that is such a big ingredient in football team-building didn’t pan out quite as the Titans envisioned in the preseason.KellyTampa

Camp started with news that Taylor Lewan would start the season with a four-game suspension for a performance-enhancing drug violation. And the right guard slot seems to have been won more by default than on merit by Kevin Pamphile after the Titans tested multiple options and lost a chance for Nate Davis to develop when he missed a lot of work with an unknown injury.

Nevertheless, the guys up front feel they’ve grown the sort of familiarity and communication that is crucial to working together successfully to protect a quarterback and carve holes for running backs.

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