RobinsonCryINDIANAPOLIS – Cincinnati is about 112 miles southwest of here on I-75, but it’s still on the Titans’ mind.

Six weeks removed from a devastating divisional-round playoff loss to the Bengals in Nashville coming off a bye as the AFC’s No. 1 seeds, the Titans are well into preparations for 2022. At the scouting combine, they are interviewing prospects, their medical people are examining them and they will be watching them bench, run and jump.

But the loss still looms, a ripple in their pond that has not yet reached shore and dissipated.

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