Observations From Day 7 at Titans Camp

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NASHVILLE – The Titans hit the field at Saint Thomas Sports Park on Friday for the seventh day of training camp.

Here’s a look at what stood out on Day 7:

-Receiver Corey Davis jogged to the locker room midway through practice and did not return. Coach Mike Vrabel said afterward the team basically gave Davis a day off.

-NFL officials worked practice for the second straight day.

-The first team offensive line looked like this at the start: Dennis Kelly (LT), Jamil Douglas (LG), Ben Jones (C), Kevin Pamphile (RG) and Jack Conklin (RT).

-The second team offensive line: Taylor Lewan (LT), Kevin Pamphile (LG), Corey Levin (C), Aaron Stinnie (RG) and Tyler Marz (RT).

-Receiver Kalif Raymond, who has consistently gotten open and made plays in camp, got a lot of work with the first team. Raymond made a number of grabs, including one on a deflection in the end zone in a red zone drill, and he also looked good returning kickoffs in a special teams period.

-Cornerback Adoree’ Jackson made a really nice breakup right out of the gate.

-Running back Jeremy McNichols, who is getting extended work, bounced outside and had a pair of nice runs in team drills.

-Linebacker Jayon Brown is showing up more and more, and he was in the middle of the fray on Friday.

-In a 7-on-7 period, tight end Delanie Walker, receiver Adam Humphries, tight end Ryan Hewitt, running back Alex Barnes and receiver Papi White all had grabs. White had a really nice catch in a red zone period later in practice.

-Cornerback Tye Smith had a really nice breakup on a ball intended for tight end Parker Hesse.

-In a red zone period, safety Kevin Byard nearly intercepted quarterback Marcus Mariota when he threw short while escaping pressure. Mariota connected with receiver Tajae Sharpe in the same period.

-Tight end Delanie Walker had a touchdown catch at the goal line when the team worked in a red zone period.

-The defense got a stop in a 2-minite drill as Brown made a nice break-up and linebacker Rashaan Evans provided pressure on Mariota, and even collided with him.

-Cornerback Logan Ryan knocked the ball out of the hands of Humphries as he tried to make a catch. Officials ruled it an incompletion.

-Tight end Anthony Firkser had a nice grab when the No.2 offense went on the field in a two-minute drill, and tight end MyCole Pruitt and Raymond also had catches in the possession. But that drive ended with a missed field goal by kicker Austin Barnard.

-The Titans ended the session with a conditioning period, and a team run.

-Running back Derrick Henry and receiver A.J. Brown, sidelined since the first day of practice, missed once again.

-Linebacker Cameron Wake, guard Rodger Saffold, linebacker Wesley Woodyard, guard Nate Davis and defensive lineman Frank Herron also did not practice.

-Offensive linemen Jack Conklin and Dennis Kelly, sidelined on Thursday, returned to practice.

-NFL Network’s Charles Davis and Dan Hellie, part of the Titans broadcast team for preseason games, attended practice for the second straight day.

Next practice: Saturday, 6-8 p.m. at Nissan Stadium (Open to fans).

The Tennessee Titans take the field for Day 7 of the team's 2019 training camp at Saint Thomas Sports Park. (Photos: Donald Page, Jourdan Gottlieb)

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