Shonn Greene is on a plan with the Titans -- four practice days followed by a day off.
The day off, however, features intense conditioning work that is also helping him gain strength back in his right knee, which he injured in the 2013 opener at Pittsburgh. He had surgery after that, and again after the season. He didn’t participate in any offseason practices.
Saturday night at LP Field he made a big impression on coach Ken Whisenhunt and running backs coach Sylvester Croom.
“I thought he moved better than any time since the injury in Pittsburgh last year,” Croom said. “He was never back to 100 percent, he just gutted it out and finished the season. But Saturday night he showed some quickness and change of direction that we haven’t seen from him since the Pittsburgh game.
Greene isn't 100-percent yet the story said. Rookie Bishop Sankey is projected to be the clear RB1 after the Titans took him as the first back in the draft. Greene took some time away from Chris Johnson last year, including some goal line work, so if Greene is able to get back, that could be his upside, but we see Sankey as the back to own on the Titans.