Titans are set to host the NFC West team for joint training camp practices in Nashville

The Tennessee Titans will host the Seattle Seahawks for joint training camp practices on Wednesday, August 14 and Thursday, August 15. The Seahawks will travel to Nashville a few days early for two practices as they will take on the Titans in Week 2 of the preseason on August 17. The Titans announced the intention on Tuesday via the excellent Jim Wyatt.

The Titans had made a habit of hosting joint workouts with competing teams during the Mike Vrabel era. They practiced against the Buccaneers in 2018 and 2022, Patriots in 2019 and Cardinals in 2022. It’s great to see that new head coach Brian Callahan plans to continue that tradition.

The Seahawks should become an incredible opponent through joint practices. Last season, they defeated the Titans 20-17 in Week 16. Seattle finished the 2023 campaign with a competitive 9-8 record and narrowly missed the postseason.

Seattle has a new head coach in former Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald. The Titans’ new defensive coordinator is Dennard Wilson, who was Macdonald’s defensive backs coach last season. This should lead to some fun practices as both coordinators are very familiar with their respective schedules and systems.

It will be a big litmus test for second-year quarterback Will Levis. He will attempt throws against a secondary that includes Devon Witherspoon, Riq Woolen, Coby Bryant and Julian Love. The opposite is also true, as Seattle’s defensive backs will be excited to cover DeAndre Hopkins, Calvin Ridley and Tyler Boyd.

Tennessee’s new offensive line will also have its hands full. Seattle’s pass-rushing group consists of two elite interior players: Dre’Mont Jones and Leonard Williams. The Seahawks also used their first-round pick on former Texas Longhorns defensive tackle Byron Murphy II. Titans first-round selection JC Latham will compete against edge rushers such as Darrell Taylor, Uchenna Nwosu, Boye Mafe and Derick Hall.

Entertainment will not be lacking at the upcoming Titans-Seahawks practices.

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