NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Tuesday at Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park to continue preparations for Sunday's game vs the Carolina Panthers.
Here's a look at today's developments:
-Titans quarterback Will Levis is scheduled to make his fifth career start on Sunday, against the Carolina Panthers.
Levis didn't take part in a walk-through on Tuesday, when the team worked indoors.
Panthers quarterback Bryce Young was taken with the first overall pick of the 2023 NFL Draft, and Levis was taken 33rd overall, in round 2.
"I have watched him from afar, and been really impressed with his whole process," Levis said of Young, who starred at Alabama. "He's a heck of a quarterback. It was really fun watching him, comparing myself to the other quarterbacks in the draft class. He did some great things on Saturdays, and he's been doing some great things on Sundays. I wish him the best in his career."
Levis, who played at Kentucky, said he's watched all the rookie quarterbacks from this year's NFL Draft.
Behind Young, C.J. Stroud (3rd, Texans) and Anthony Richardson (4th, Colts) were also taken ahead of Levis.
"I think it's really important, especially playing at this level (to watch other QB), seeing how other guys have gotten it done at this level," Levis said. "Looking at dudes that might have a similar skill-set to you, to what you can do physically. It's a copy-cat league, just like with plays. The same with technique. Just seeing other guys do different things that can help your game, so that's been fun."
The Titans aren't required to put out an Injury Report until Wednesday.
Here's a look at more injury updates from today's session, with was a walk-through inside.
-Receiver Treylon Burks (concussion) did not practice again on Tuesday.
-Tackle Andre Dillard (concussion) was on the practice field, in a yellow non-contact uniform.
-Tackle Chris Hubbard (elbow/biceps) did not practice.
-Cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting (thumb) participated in practice.
Here's Murphy-Bunting before the walkthrough:
-Cornerback Kristian Fulton did not practice.
-Linebacker Luke Gifford was not spotted at practice.
-Cornerback Roger McCreary was on a bike during the open period.
-Safety Terrell Edmunds was on a bike during the open period.
-The Titans released defensive lineman Jaleel Johnson on Tuesday.
-The Titans signed defensive back Matthew Jackson and running back Jonathan Ward back to the team's practice squad. Both players were waived from the active roster over the weekend.
-The Titans are scheduled to practice on Wednesday and Friday of this week before holding a walkthrough on Saturday, ahead of Sunday's game against the Panthers at Nissan Stadium.