NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- After three days of practicing alone, the Titans’ rookies get thrown in the deep end Monday.

It’s not a flat our sink or swim situation for the four draft picks, but the 22 undrafted rookies make their big impression now by how well they can stay afloat in the middle of veterans who have a giant head start on knowing what they are doing.IMG 8801

It’s not a full OTA practice at this point. The offseason program is still in Phase 2.

So they will work as position groups and the offense and defense can work as a unit but not against each other. Rookies get extra time for additional field work.

Veterans are certainly still learning the new playbooks put together by Mike Vrabel, Matt LaFleur, Dean Pees and the staff.

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