First Just Under 18 Thousand Fans Attended

The Tennessee Titans took training camp on the road this weekend and just shy of eighteen thousand fans showed up to support them.

Centennial High School in Cool Springs was the site for Friday night’s practice, meaning some fans would dive a bit further south of downtown to catch the action.

That didn’t matter as just over six thousand fans made it to the home of the Cougars to see the Titans work.

First round draft pick Corey Davis missed both weekend sessions nursing an injured hamstring, but his absence did not dull the fans optimism for the upcoming season.

On Satruday the Titans conduct their their yearly scrimmage inside Nissan Stadium where an estimated crowd of 11,400 watched.

Fans Reaction

Longtime Titans superfan Johnny Goodman attended the Saturday event and spoke with Pro Football Spot about what he witnessed from the team.

“Man , what a difference a couple years make ”

Titans super fan Johnny Goodman dressed in his flame-head attended Saturday’s scrimmage at Nissan Stadium.








The Titans enter this season following a nine win effort in 2016, eclipsing their win total in the previous two seasons by four game. That improvement along with an improved roster is driving the enthusiasm.

While expectations are high among fans, they are even higher for the team itself and one player in particular was not afraid to say it.

“We know what type team we have and the people inside this locker room,” said linebacker Brian Orakpo. “No one is expecting more from us that this bunch in this locker room.”

The Titans will enjoy a day off on Sunday before returning to the practice field at St. Thomas Sports Park on Monday to begin preparing for their first preseason game next Saturday when the travel to New York to face the Jets.