With organized team activities are all but wrapped up and training camp a little more than a month away, now is the time when NFL coaches and general managers hope their players stay out of trouble until reporting back to the team.
While the players for the Tennessee Titans enjoy their time away and, hopefully, stay in shape, the Titans' coaching staff will be hard at work discussing more of the wholesale changes that have been made to the passing game and the more aggressive defensive approach being taken.
OTAs have shed some light on the abilities and characteristics of some newcomers that may not have been known before, allowing for a better understanding of what the Titans need to address.
While a positive offseason attitude has been the constant so far for the Titans', negativity isn't far behind. Let's take a look at the top winners and losers through the first no-contact team activities of the offseason.