NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Periodically during their individual period, wide receivers won’t run routes, work on footwork or catch passes.

Instead, they will position themselves for blocks.

Rob Moore

George Walker IV-USA TODAY Sports

In Sunday’s practice, the Titans had two individual periods, one in the traditional slot near the start of practice and another in the middle.

Rob Moore used that additional period for blocking work. Players worked on a couple of different blocks coming off the line.

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