Key Titans alumni reflect on team's current state of affairs

NODHopKearseCJNASHVILLE, Tenn. – Five former Titans and a Hall of Fame member of the Houston Oilers gathered Tuesday for a press conference at Nissan Stadium to push for continued Covid-19 vaccine awareness.

They all shared thoughts on the team’s current state of affairs.

Neil O’Donnell would like to see the Titans go four- and five-wide to take pressure off the offensive line; Chris Johnson and Delanie Walker are still baffled by the A.J. Brown trade; Brad Hopkins wants to see the offensive line get back to winning laterally; Jevon Kearse isn’t seeing the same Jeffery Simmons; and Warren Moon still believes Mike Vrabel can turn things around.

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