No yeller: Mike Vrabel tries to take calm, teacher approach with Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Mike Vrabel makes it clear he’s upset with himself, always putting “I’ve got to coach better” at the head of the line when he discusses Titans’ issues.

But after dreadful results like the Titans have gotten in their last two games, losses to the Colts and at Jacksonville, I imagined the high-energy coach could get high-volume.VrabelScream

We’ve seen him lose his cool with a media member who was filming something he didn’t want filmed -- not a major event in the big picture. He later apologized in front of the whole press corps.

So what might a dropped pass or a missed tackle that had big consequences prompt?

To hear his players tell it, such an outburst from Vrabel is a rarity in the locker room or the meeting room.

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