Wednesday OTA observations

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  1. Titans Insider

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    A few observations from Wednesday’s OTA session at Baptist Sports Park:

    Rookie wide receiver Justin Hunter participated in individual and seven-on-seven drills for the first time since injuring his hamstring during the opening OTA session.

    Newly signed tackle Barry Richardson made his debut wearing No. 78.

    Quarterback Jake Locker had his ups and downs during the scrimmage sessions. He missed an open Kendall Wright on a deep slant and threw behind an open Kenny Britt coming across the middle. But he later connected with Wright on a deep scoring pass down the left side and added several strong completions to the sideline.

    Wide receiver Michael Preston made one of the afternoon’s nicer plays. He caught a pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick coming across the middle, then immediately reversed his field and outraced rookie cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson about 15 yards to the end zone.

    Alterraun Verner, who played cornerback on Tuesday, was back playing free safety on Wednesday. Tommie Campbell returned to playing the first-team cornerback role opposite Jason McCourty.

    Linebacker Akeem Ayers made a nice defensive play, chasing after the speedy Locker as he rolled right and then jumping up to swat away Locker’s pass.

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  2. Riverman

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    Observations from Wednesday's practice?

    We saw more big puzzies standing around than in a Las Vegas chorus line.
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