NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans look, and sound, dramatically different this training camp.
Linebacker Keith Bulluck is keeping practices lively with the New York Giants, and end Kyle Vanden Bosch is sprinting full-speed at quarterbacks in Detroit. Center Kevin Mawae is keeping busy waiting for his telephone to ring.
The loss of that trio of vocal veterans has left a leadership void, and coach Jeff Fisher has heard a lot of questions about who his new leaders are. Remember, this franchise opened 0-6 last season yet finished 8-8 - the first NFL team ever to finish at .500 after such a winless start.
Fisher says he doesn't have any reservations or concerns about who steps up as leaders in his locker room now.