The Titans installed more Run ’N Shoot offensive concepts this offseason, and although the competition for the starting QB job is open between Matt Hasselbeck and second-year pro Jake Locker, the Titans have big plans for Chris Johnson, who has benefitted from a full offseason in the system.
Titans coach Mike Munchak stayed with the Titans’ offense and the Falcons’ defense during the practice that used the football stadium and a baseball outfield that had half a football field painted in it.
“I thought CJ looked quick,” Munchak said. “I thought he did things very decisively. When he started to go outside, he did hard and full speed on the edge. When he decided to go downhill, he decided to go downhill. I thought our backs ran well. Sometimes there were holes, sometimes there weren’t, but overall, I thought that part looked nice, and I thought some guys made some big-time catches.”