NASHVILLE, Tenn. – When the Titans landed third-round target Nicholas Petit-Frere on schedule, 69th overall, the reviews said he came into the league with great feet but in need of work on his hands.

Petit FrereThe well-spoken, 6-foot-5, 319-pound offensive tackle has made great gains in that department. He's now three practices into his turn as the starting right tackle after watching 2021 second-rounder Dillon Radunz start off at the front of the line.

NPF got off to a rousing start Friday in a 2-minute drill, handling Harold Landry a few times and DeMarcus Walker in another chance in very physical fashion.

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