Titans RB Bishop Sankey was the only player on the field in black cleats, so he was easy to notice. It also was clear during individual drills that the second-round pick has great feet and hands.
This weekend will mark his last work with the Titans for several weeks, however. Because he's still in school at Washington, Sankey will miss a stretch of organized team activities. He'll be back for the final two sessions in June, and take part in the June 17-19 minicamp.
"He'll be playing catch-up," Ken Whisenhunt said. "It will set him back for now, but it won't affect him as we go through the preseason."
Sankey is a preseason favorite of Senior Editor John Paulsen, who envisions a RB1 role for the talented back. For more on Sankey's potential workload and production, see John's Rookie Rundown, published last week. Missing some of the summer activities shouldn't be a problem for Sankey, since rookie RBs are able to contribute quickly.