Titans need more sandpaper in the locker room

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ real culture change started in 2016, when Jon Robinson took over as general manager and Mike Mularkey shifted from interim head coach to head coach.

Mike Vrabel replaced Mularkey in 2018 and the push continued, and the team’s carefully built locker room and belief in the ethos – team first, accountability, know what to do – continued to grow. It was seeded with predominantly nice guys.


“I love coming to work, I love coaching these guys, I love watching them succeed individually,” Vrabel said Monday as the Titans kicked off their offseason program, which he pointed out totals 176 hours. “I love even more so watching them succeed collectively. We don’t have a whole lot of bad guys.

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