NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- In the press box, well before the Titans took the field against the Colts, someone asked who would the Titans deploy as their third corner.

The question was a bit as Kristian Fulton, Roger McCreary and Terrance Mitchell had been the top three for a month. I was part of dismissing it.

Andrew Adams

Andrew Adams/ photo by Angie Flatt

But sure enough, the Titans threw out a giant wrinkle for their second game against the Colts.

Safety Amani Hooker, who’d not played nickel corner since 2018 at Iowa, moved from safety to nickel when the Titans shifted into the package, with Andrew Adams replacing Hooker at his regular position.

And Adams played 62 of 64 snaps with Mitchell coming on for 24.

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