Scouting review: Titans' defensive backups looked 'faster, bigger and more athletic'

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The four most important factors in Preseason game 1.

1. Exit the game injury-free

2. How are the team's projected backup players performing?

Running Back Darrynton Evans, Tennessee Titans

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3. How much has last year’s (2020) draft class improved?

4. How did your current rookie class compete?

Injuries during the Falcons' game

1. Darrynton Evans, injured knee. A big concern because he needs to show why he was drafted in Round Three. Also, he needs the reps in pre-season because he missed most of his rookie year with a hamstring injury. Mike Vrabel said they will assess him during the week.

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