For Titans, time away now is key for preventing soft tissue injuries

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – At a time when nothing is going on, we should be hoping plenty is going on.

A year after soft tissue issues were a big problem for the Titans, players are at a time in the calendar that the team judges as crucial for the prevention of such injuries.

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“I think you have to be able to train, you have to train in this heat,” Mike Vrabel said as minicamp broke on June 15. “You have to stay hydrated. You have to go out there and train the way that you're going to practice and practice the way that you're going to play. Conscious that the volume that they're going to be doing in the offseason in those next couple of weeks are there, the speed.

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