NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Titans already feel behind the rest of the NFL, even though they got a bit of a head start with a voluntary minicamp.
The Titans started their offseason program two weeks earlier because the team has a new coach in Ken Whisenhunt, and they also hit the field Tuesday for the first of a three-day, voluntary minicamp to start translating what the new playbook and defensive schemes to the field.
Veteran linebacker Shaun Phillips says that combination puts the Titans behind other teams in the league that have been together for a few years, and the minicamp is part of the process of catching up.
The Titans had good attendance with quarterback Jake Locker throwing in individual drills as he recovers from surgery on his right foot.
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