Are Titans' players doing what's needed now to prevent soft tissue injuries later?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans who are willing will report for phase one of the team’s offseason program on April 18.

But the die may have already been cast by then as to whether the team will deal again with the sort of soft tissue injuries that were too big of an issue in 2021.

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Julio Jones is gone, and his hamstring was top of list. But at least 14 other Titans dealt with soft tissue injuries during the season.

Such injuries were up around the league and a point of emphasis and study and research.

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