NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tight ends, receivers and quarterbacks lined up not far from a goal line and took instruction from Todd Downing, the coordinator spelling out how things would work.

The installation period at Tuesday’s minicamp practice was like many the Titans run at practices.

Ryan Tannehill

While Downing spoke, Mike Vrabel interjected and before words were put into practice, Ryan Tannehill also delivered a message about how things should play out.

Then for maybe 10 minutes, the Titans' passing offense worked on one very specific thing – how two routes on the same side of the field combined in the red zone.

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