NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Maybe, inside Titans headquarters, Dillon Radunz gets doses of criticism from the team.

Maybe Mike Vrabel, Todd Downing or Keith Carter have been on him at times on him for his inability to seize the right tackle job. Right now, it’s not job-seizing time.

Publicly, the franchise works hard to say nice things about Radunz, and those have typically been about his versartility.

Keith Carter talks to Dillon Radunz

Titans offensive line coach Keith Carter instructions Dillon Radunz (75).

Not since Jon Robinson’s first second-round pick, Kevin Dodd in 2016, have expectations been lower for the second year of a second rounder.

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