The Tennessee Titans and NFL are officially back as the league has sent reporting dates for players to report to training camp.
With doubt setting in on if the college football and NFL seasons would take place, the NFL has sent out official reporting dates for players to arrive at team facilities for training camp. This is great news as the Tennessee Titans will begin on the road to return to the AFC Championship and hope to return to the Super Bowl.
With the news, training camp is officially right around the corner. The news was broken by NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero after receiving a copy of the email.
The email says that Rookies will report on July 21, Quarterbacks and injured players report on July 23, and everyone else reports on July 28.
These dates aren’t new, but with uncertainty surrounding the season, it’s nice to have the dates official.
Houston and Kansas City are also exempt from these dates, as both teams will begin to report on July 20 instead of July 21.
The official announcement of these dates means that rookies, quarterbacks, and injured players will be reporting next week with all other players following soon after. We will get to see the return of Ryan Tannehill along with the Titans’ 2020 draft class.
I think that the Titans have a solid roster, so it will be exciting to see what they can do. Even though it will only be training camp for the next handful of weeks so we might not see anything too exciting yet.
It will be nice to see the new-look defense with the new additions from the draft and free agency work with the already great Titans defenders.
This doesn’t mean that the NFL season is going to happen for sure but it does get us one step closer to making it happen.