NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee’s high-ranking rookies have regularly missed big chunks of training camp, a trend that has really hurt the team in terms of getting solid first-year contributions.

The Titans need that to stop this summer as their current depth chart has holes in spots that must be filled by players they will draft.

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Kristian Fulton, pool photo by Mark Humphrey AP

We don’t know how much or how little those guys will be around during the offseason yet, but even if it’s a lot, it’s the training camp-work and preseason snaps that really accelerate a young guy's learning curve.

Here, I outlined just how regularly and how much Titans’ recent first-rounders and high picks have missed.

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