NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – After only five wins in the last two years, the Tennessee Titans are looking for a major turnaround in 2016.
The start of that turnaround happens Friday when the team reports to training camp at St. Thomas Sports Park.
There’s a new head coach, Mike Mularkey, a new General Manager, John Robinson, and several new faces that a lot of people think can turn the franchise around.
There has been a buzz around the Titans facilities for the last few months with the addition of running back DeMarco Murray and the drafting of Heisman trophy winner Derek Henry.
The Titans are the talk of the town and although they have to go out and prove it this season the players acknowledge that there is definitely a different feeling about this year’s team.
Safety Kevin Byard said, “Oh, most definitely you know, you see it everywhere. You see it on social media, everybody’s excited, you know, ready to play football even the fans are excited just to come out and watch us practice. We not even playing games yet so it’s definitely an exciting time of the year for everybody.”
The Titans report to camp Friday and hit the field Saturday.