NASHVILLE, Tenn.  -- When he saw some tweets about Marcus Mariota's minicamp work last week, former Titans' safety Bernard Pollard chimed in. So I quickly reached out to one of the more outspoken members in locker-room history to see if he'd chat with me about the quarterback and more.

And here we are.

Beyond Marcus Mariota and Ryan Tannehill, we covered the secondary with his player-by-player review of the top five, delved into Dean Pees who he played for in Baltimore, looked into the importance of chemistry and the idea of sandpaper in the locker room which I've been pushing (and which he was). PodcastYazooArtSquare

We also talked about why the Titans are always a run-first and defensive team, how reviewable pass interference will impact DBs, the idea of moving Adoree Jackson inside, the state route-running and Pollard's infamous hit on Tom Brady that really triggered the increase in quarterback protection.

You can find Part 1 on Apple Podcasts, here (please subscribe), or directly through the Vokal website, here. Feel free to hook us up with a rating and review on iTunes.

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