Titans Focus on Individual Growth During Practice Lulls

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Harold Landry attacks Ryan Crow, who’s wearing arm pads, edging tightly around his position coach. The edge rusher takes on his coach, over and over, working with great care, precision, attention.

Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Harold Landry (58) runs through drills during practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park Tuesday, June 14, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn. Nas Titans Mini Camp 025
Harold Landry takes on Ryan Crow/ © George Walker IV / Tennessean.com / USA TODAY NETWORK

While large groups of their Titans teammates participate in special teams sections of practice, players who are uninvolved typically take advantage of the time to work on specifics on their own, with their position coach and sometimes some teammates who may not be involved in the special teams' work either.

“I feel like get a lot out of those periods because in individual and all the drills we are working as a group, we’re working on what Crow thinks we need to work on collectively,” Landry said. “But during those special teams’ periods is a chance for me to really hone in on what I need to work on individually."

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