NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Coach Mike Munchak knows from personal experience how tough practicing three straight days can be, so he decided to give his Tennessee Titans a break.
He decided at the beginning of the workouts that he would hold a two-day minicamp, which ended their offseason program Wednesday.
Munchak broke the news to his Titans on Tuesday as they started their mandatory minicamp. The rookies have to stick around on Thursday, but the veterans are free until the team reports back July 24 for the start of training camp.
The Titans even threw a family picnic after Wednesday's final practice.
Munchak says he feels very good about how hard the Titans worked this offseason trying to improve off a 6-10 season.
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