NASHVILLE, Tenn. – When the Titans’ secondary was gutted by injuries and they traded for Desmond King in November last season, the team tried to go overboard with communication.

Bradley McDougaldDon’t just talk to King like he’s a new guy, they said, talk to everyone like he’s a new guy. Overcommunicate with everyone all the time in the secondary.

It was a nice theme in his first game, after just one day of practice. Several other Titans played in their first game Nov. 8, 2020 as well, and the Titans beat the Bears.

But it was hardly the end of the communication issues, a topic that stuck to the Titans like a catchy tune.

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