Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill was absent from practice Monday.
No reason to worry, though.
Head coach Mike Vrabel said the NFL’s 2019 Comeback Player of the Year was accounted for and that the team expects him to return to Saint Thomas Sports Park on Tuesday.
Logan Woodside, the Titans’ presumed No. 2 option, was the primary beneficiary of Tannehill’s absence. Because Woodside, who has never played in a regular season contest, worked with the first-team offense Monday.
“It was a great experience,” offensive coordinator Arthur Smith said during a video press conference Monday. “There are always two ways to look at things. Things happen in the NFL from series to series, week to week, and certainly in today’s climate, you have to be ready for anything.”
“He’s grinding through it. He’s doing a nice job so far with what we’ve thrown at him.”
Unproven though Woodside may be, the