After offseason of pass-rush concern, youth infusion has Titans' feeling better

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Throughout the offseason, the pass rush was fairly rated as the No. 1 concern for the Titans.

Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan are quality outside linebackers. But there was nothing reliable behind them. Waves of great pass rushers keyed the Eagles’ Super-Bowl run last season. Orakpo talked about how much he’d like to play 25 snaps a game, a fresh player on the edge aiming for the quarterback.


But there was no real reason to expect it.

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