NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans saw Darryton Evans fumble twice and dropped the ball too much on Sunday.

Still, for the second day in a row in an unpadded practice, things were even at best and probably leaned toward the offense.


(Rashard Davis beats Tye Smith. Photo: Mark Humphrey AP via pool.)

This is a highly unusual development for the Titans historically. In recent years it’s been about new coordinators trying to get their offense up to speed and a quarterback constantly revising things and attempting to put a big-offseason theme into practice.

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