NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans have wrapped up their offseason, and coach Jeff Fisher wound up using only 12 of the 14 days allowed for what are called organized team activities. None involved a mandatory minicamp.
It's all part of a plan to make the Titans want to be around on their own.
Fisher says high turnout for the offseason program lessens the need for a mandatory minicamp.
The Titans had pretty thorough participation in 2008, and they wound up going an NFL-best 13-3. Fisher changed up his final OTA on Friday with an hourlong session he called an "unorganized" team activity, then turned his team loose until the Titans report back July 30 for the start of training camp.