Fans got their last look Tuesday, and the Titans say they are fine staying on a camp schedule as long as needed. Receiver
Last year's Titans couldn't, and Pollard said he loves what Whisenhunt and his coaching staff is doing.
"We don't need to worry about a schedule," Pollard said. "We don't need to worry about breaking camp. What we need to worry about is playing better and continuing to get better as we get ready for the regular season."
One benefit of staying in training camp is the Titans can practice in pads once a day. Wright also joked that the talkative Pollard will help replace any lost crowd noise with fans no longer allowed to watch.
Whisenhunt thanked fans for their support and says he is sorry the Titans didn't have more than the nine open sessions. He said they'll see if they can work on that next year.
"Next week we go into an in-season week schedule, and I think it's really important for that to make it as much like an in-season week, because we've never done that," Whisenhunt said. "We've never done a game week together. That's the reason for it this year."
The Titans visit New Orleans on Friday night and will have a full week to prepare for a trip to Atlanta for the third exhibition Aug. 23.
The season opener is Sept. 7 in Kansas City, part of a schedule featuring three of the first four games on the road.
Fans turning out Tuesday got to see a feisty practice.
"We've gotten a lot of good work done," Whisenhunt said. "You're going to have days like this. It's an emotional game. We had a good battle going in the red zone. That's an important area. After yesterday, when the offense was shut out, it was nice to see them respond today the way they did."
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