NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Titans coach Mike Munchak plans to work more with the offensive line this season, and rookie Chance Warmack says he's happy to be learning his craft from a pair of Hall of Fame offensive linemen in Munchak and assistant coach Bruce Matthews.
The Titans put their rookie class of 2013 on the field Friday for the first time, a group of 22 rookies headlined by Warmack of Alabama and second-round receiver Justin Hunter of Tennessee. They went through their first practice Friday indoors thanks to a steady rain.
Munchak spent 45 minutes with the rookies Thursday night and called Friday's session more of an orientation than anything. But Munchak says he expects the draft picks to contribute this season for a franchise coming off a 6-10 season.
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