Titans set for "Pinnacle Friday Night Lights" at Centennial High School


NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans will take their training camp show on the road tonight for a practice at Centennial High School.

"Pinnacle Friday Night Lights" will give fans a chance to see the Titans up close. The Titans also practiced at the school, located in Franklin, Tenn., last year during training camp.

Tonight's practice is set for 7:15 pm-9 p.m.

Admission is free.

"I love night practices," Titans coach Mike Vrabel said. "I love them. I'm glad to be able to go and get into the stadium at Centennial.

"(The practice) is going to look a lot like the other day looked where we just put the ball down and try to get the checklist of things that I want to get covered through the course of the practice, whether that's down-and-distance situations, backed-out, plus-50, punt the ball, working with the offense in red zone. Just going through that checklist with third-down, two-minute, while not really letting anybody know what's coming. Just kind of announce that those are the things that I want to get done, but not necessarily in a certain order."

Here are the particulars for fans planning to attend tonight's practice, as well as Saturday's 3:30-6 p.m. practice at Nissan Stadium:

  • There will be a "Clear Bag" policy.
  • Fans will go through a metal detector.
  • Items not allowed on the grounds include food and beverage, coolers, liquids, umbrellas, chairs and strollers.

The Titans take the field for Day 7 of training camp practice on Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018 at Saint Thomas Sports Park. (Photos: Donn Jones, Gary Glenn)

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