Observations From Practice Day 13 at Titans Camp on Sunday

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NASHVILLE – The Titans took the field on Sunday for their 13th practice of training camp.

Here's a look at what stood out:

-Running back Derrick Henry did a lot of work in Sunday's session, perhaps the most he's done in a practice all camp. Henry worked in 11-on-11 periods throughout the practice, after working in individual drills.

-Outside linebacker Bud Dupree and left tackle Taylor Lewan were also very involved, working all the way through the session.

-Cornerback Caleb Farley was a spectator in some of the team drills early in practice, but he was incorporated into the mix more later in the session. During his media availability on Sunday, Titans coach Mike Vrabel hinted we may see more of Farley in the joint practices with the Buccaneers.

-Receiver Julio Jones, running back Darrynton Evans, center Ben Jones, tackle Kendall Lamm, kicker Tucker McCann, defensive lineman Denico Autry, safety Brady Breeze, defensive back Maurice Smith, safety Dane Cruikshank, defensive lineman Trevon Coley and safety Mathias Farley did not practice.

-Tight end Geoff Swaim returned to the practice field, as did cornerback Elijah Molden, guard Nate Davis, and outside linebacker Harold Landry

-Receiver A.J. Brown worked in individual drills, but he went inside early.

-Tight end Deon Yelder, signed earlier on Sunday, was on the practice field decked out in No. 83.

-Coming off the preseason opener on Friday night, The Titans spent a good chunk of practice in light drills, with jog-throughs and individual periods.

-It wasn't a great start to practice for rookie receiver Dez Fitzpatrick, who dropped consecutive passes in the individual period with Titans General Manager Jon Robinson standing nearby watching him. Fitzpatrick later caught at least three passes in other periods.

-The Titans worked in a team red zone early in practice, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill connected on throws to tight end Luke Stocker, receiver Chester Rogers and running back Jeremy McNichols. Later, Tannehill connected with Stocker and fellow tight end Anthony Firkser before a completion to receiver Josh Reynolds, and another one to McNichols.

-Quarterback Logan Woodside found receiver Cameron Batson open for three straight completions, and he also connected with McNichols.

-Quarterback Matt Barkley completed passes to running back Mekhi Sargent and Yelder, and he also connected with Fitzpatrick.

-Cornerback Kristian Fulton got tangled up on a play late, and got up slowly.

-Safety Reggie Floyd left practice early.

-In a second red zone period late, Tannehill connected with Reynolds again.

-In the final team period of the day, Tannehill connected with tight ends Firkser and Tommy Hudson, and receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine.

-Vrabel gave a run down on what fans should expect at the open practice at Nissan Stadium on Monday night. Watch below...

Next practice: Monday, 5-7 p.m. at Nissan Stadium.

Also, the Titans will travel to Tampa to hold joint practices with the Buccaneers on Wednesday and Thursday before the teams meet next Saturday in a preseason game.

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