The Titans haven’t made any moves of note yet.
But they’re hoping they’re getting better this week regardless.
They’re spending the week with Mariota working out and throwing and catching, in advance of the Titans offseason program starting April 9.
It’s a good head start for Mariota, who lost part of last offseason while recovering from a broken fibula. Of course, they can’t know what kind of routes they’ll be running under new coach Mike Vrabel and offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur, since coaches aren’t allowed to have those kinds of conversations with players yet.
But since the players can’t do anything about acquiring more talent, they’re at least working to make what they have more cohesive.