Tennessee Titans OL coach sheds light on RT, LG competitions

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The Tennessee Titans’ two biggest position battles in training camp will occur along the offensive line at right tackle and left guard, where Dillon Radunz, Jamarco Jones and Aaron Brewer are expected to be the main competitors.

Before the Titans’ final open session of organized team activities on Tuesday, offensive line coach Keith Carter shed some light on how things are going.

He confirmed that the left guard battle is between Jones and Brewer, while also noting Radunz has been working mostly at right tackle, which echoes what head coach Mike Vrabel said recently about the second-round pick.

Carter also went into detail about the progress Radunz is making and how he can improve in order to win the job.

“He’s very analytical and he’s just got to learn to cut it loose and trust his training and trust his ability and just kind of build that confidence to play fast,” Carter said, per Jim Wyatt of Titans Online. “He’s very smart, very intelligent, very cerebral, and it’s just breaking through that wall of overthinking and having that slow you down.”

“He’s doing a nice job,” Carter added. “He’s progressing the way we had hoped and we’re excited, but still we’ve got to get pads on and play real football too. But he’s doing a good job.”

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