NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Spread offenses are all over the college landscape, and colleges are the feeder programs for the NFL.

Mike Vrabel said as he was introduced by the Titans Monday that there is no avoiding the spread and that he and his staff will embrace it as much as they are able.

“The NFL has the greatest farm system in the world,” Vrabel said. “We pay our farm system coaches $10 million dollars to develop players. Nick Saban is our farm system, Urban Meyer is our farm system. Those are the types of players that they’re developing, those are the types of players that are playing in high school, that’s where the game is at.

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