NASHVILLE, Tenn. – After the team huddled to start practice, as position groups broke off and headed to their coaches, the Titans' second and third quarterbacks ran hard to their spot.

Logan Woodside got a good jump on Malik Willis, but the faster rookie ultimately closed the gap and overtook him.

Logan Woodside and Willis

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Could that prove symbolic of what will happen in the preseason and camp?

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