SUMMARY: Statistically, second-year CB Reynaldo Hill was the Titans’ top cornerback last year, grabbing a team-high three interceptions, including one returned 52 yards for a touchdown last year against Oakland. But Hill often finds himself in the shadow of fellow corner Pacman Jones who was the first player taken by the Titans last year and the sixth selection overall. "I don’t have a problem with it because that’s less pressure on me," said Hill. "I don’t really have to be pressed to really, really make plays, so I can just go out there and make plays by being normal, rather than having all that pressure." Hill has received praise from his coaches for his work habits this offseason. "He’s unique in that he wants to be the best corner in the league," Coach Jeff Fisher said earlier in the summer. "He’s willing to be taught how to become that and that’s all that matters to him. So, because of that he will be successful. … He’s motivated and driven and wants to learn everything right now. You can’t help but to like that kind of attitude." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.