No Tennessee hangover, most Titans show up early

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans apparently are very eager to get back to work.

The first reporting deadline Thursday was voluntary, and coach Jeff Fisher said about 95% of his Titans showed up early for conditioning tests. Only a handful must test Friday before the first practice of training camp.

Tennessee is coming off an NFL-best 13-3 record but an opening playoff loss at home to Baltimore.

The only player not signed yet is first-round draft pick Kenny Britt. Fisher said talks are closer and he would not rule out having the receiver from Rutgers on the field Friday.

All Pro center Kevin Mawae may start on the physically unable to perform list, a decision being made Thursday night. He is recovering from a torn triceps tendon in his snapping arm.

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