What Mike Vrabel, players said after Day 2 of OTAs

The Tennessee Titans held Day 2 of organized team activities (OTAs) on Tuesday. However, unlike Monday, today’s session was open to the media.

Robert Woods was once again a participant, performing drills with a brace on his surgically repaired knee, but he looked crisp running routes and catching balls.

Perhaps the notable story of the day was wide receiver Treylon Burks, who left and returned on a couple of occasions. It’s too early for panic to set in, but this is the second time Burks has had trouble getting through drills this offseason. In the Titans’ rookie minicamp, he was laboring on the sideline after running through drills on the first day.

Undrafted free agent kicker Caleb Shudak had an impressive showing on Tuesday. He converted on 7-of-8 field goals, hitting from 33, 37, 41, 44, 46, 38, and 45 yards, with his only miss coming up short on a 53-yarder.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill and tight end Austin Hooper hooked up on several passes during the team periods.

“I’m doing my best to make sure that he (Tannehill) feels very comfortable with me,” Hooper told reporters. “I take that very seriously because we get two sets of 13, and in those, I’m rotating with four other guys, so every rep, the sense of urgency you’ve got to have to be multiplied exponentially.”

Here’s what else the Titans said following Day 2 of OTAs.

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