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Observations From the Final Day of Titans OTAs on Tuesday


NASHVILLE – The Titans hit the field on Tuesday at Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park for the eighth day of organized team activities.

Today's OTA session was open to media after Monday's session was closed.

Here's a look at what stood out from Tuesday:

-Titans Coach Brian Callahan said Tuesday's work concluded the team's offseason program.

Callahan said there will be a team-bonding event on Wednesday, before players head off for a break between now and training camp.

Players are scheduled to report for training camp on July 23, with the first practice scheduled for July 24.

-Energy and enthusiasm were on full display on the final day of OTAs, as players were competitive in 7-on-7 drills in the red zone.

-Titans quarterback Will Levis came out firing, throwing a strike to receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine for a touchdown on the first play of 7-on-7s. Westbrook-Ikhine, a new dad, celebrated by pretending to rock a baby in the end zone. Levis then picked up the football, and punted it into Lake Amulet, the body of water that surrounds the facility.

-Levis was 3-of-5 in the first 7-on-7, and 3-of-5 in the second set up reps, which was marred by a Westbrook-Ikhine drop in the end zone.


-Receiver Kyle Philips caught a touchdown pass in the early 7-on-7 period.

-Defensive back Jarvis Brownlee Jr. intercepted Levis on a ball intended for receiver Bryce Oliver, and he raced the other way with the football.

-Two plays after Brownlee's INT, he was on the ground doing push-ups after Westbrook-Ikhine beat him for a touchdown catch in the end zone. NWI tossed the ball toward Brownlee this time as he celebrated.

-Running back Tyjae Spears caught a sideline pass from Levis in the early 7-on-7, and running back Hassan Haskins caught a short pass later.

-Receiver Tre'Shaun Harrison made a beautiful touchdown catch on a ball thrown by Levis in 7-on-7s.

-Quarterback Mason Rudolph was 4-of-5 in his 7-on-7 opportunities, with touchdown passes to receiver Jha'Quan Jackson and running back Jabari Small.

-Tight end Josh Whyle also found his way into the end zone after catching a short pass from Rudolph.

-Quarterback Malik Willis threw an incomplete pass to Harrison on his lone throw in 7-on-7.

-Kearis Jackson, Kyle Philips, Jha'Quan Jackson, Mason Kinsey and Eric Garror all fielded punts in a special teams period.

Attendance was spotty in the final day of the voluntary OTA. Among those not spotted on the field: DeAndre Hopkins, Calvin Ridley, Treylon Burks, Jeffery Simmons, T'Vondre Sweat, Tyler Boyd, Caleb Farley, Tony Pollard, Sebastian Joseph-Day, Chidobe Awuzie, L'Jarius Sneed, Elijah Molden, Harold Landry, Chig Okonkwo, Quinton Bohanna, Marlon Davidson, Quinton Bohanna, TK McLendon, Nicholas Petit-Frere and Nick Folk.

-Game officials worked Tuesday's session.

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