Corey Davis, Titans' receivers determined to slap away aggressive DBs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans who are not on special teams continue to get good work in during special teams periods.

Thursday, I watched four receivers – Corey Davis, Taywan Taylor, Tajae Sharpe and the injured Rishard Matthews – work with their position coach Rob Moore and his assistant, Luke Steckel, on their release.

With choppy, super-quick hand motions the three healthy guys slapped Moore’s hands away.TaylorvsPanthers2

Davis was really combining the move with his get off. Taylor was also on the move but less aggressively. Sharpe was focused more exclusively on his hands. There was some discussion over how the coach wanted them to see the defensive backs hands while maintaining focus elsewhere.

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