Tajae Sharpe wrapped up practice recently and immediately headed to the JUGS machine for extra work.
It’s part of the daily routine for the Titans receiver, who appreciates it all even more after missing the 2017 season with an injury.
“It just feels great to be back out here with the guys,” Sharpe said. “Missing all of last year was tough, so I am just excited to be back.
“We are all starting with clean slates, so we all have to prove ourselves. We just have to compete and get better each day.”
Sharpe has made a nice recovery from the foot injury that resulted in him being placed on Injured Reserve in 2017. A fifth-round draft pick by the team in 2016, Sharpe caught 41 passes for 522 yards and two touchdowns during his rookie season. It looks like Sharpe will have some competition to battle back to a top-three WR spot in 2018.