Organized team activities are in the books, with mandatory (unpadded) practices set to start June 17.
The only thing differentiating the two practices from one another is an increase in the amount of time players are allowed to stay at Saint Thomas Sports Park from six hours a day to 10.
Whisenhunt said the added time will allow the coaching staff to hold more walkthrough practices and increase the amount of film study, according to Craig Peters of Titans Online.
Just as every game has its heroes and goats, the offseason is inescapably the same. Despite all the optimistic platitudes coaching staffs and players feed media members, as the regulars season nears, the picture becomes more clear.
Although players are yet to practice with pads or play a meaningful down in even a scrimmage game, players have the opportunity to put themselves in a better position to make it through roster cutdowns when the time comes.
Training camp and preseason action still lie between now and regular-season play, but these are the players that have distinguished themselves from the rest—whether that be a good thing or a bad thing.