Are Titans guilty of simple bad decision-making… or more?

By John Glennon

It's no surprise an NFL season played in the midst of a pandemic would feature a constantly changing set of rules and guidelines.

A COVID-19 protocol recommendation by the league one week, for instance, might easily turn into absolute law the following week.

The in-between time? It's a sea of gray.

That's background to keep in mind for the latest development in the Titans' COVID-19 saga, which is – understandably – far overshadowing the team's best start to a season since 2008.

On Wednesday, Paul Kuharsky of reported – with pictorial evidence – that a number of Titans had gathered informally to work out at Montgomery Bell Academy on Sept. 30. I confirmed the report, as MBA headmaster Brad Gioia told me that a group of about 10-15 Titans were present that day, including quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

The reason they were there of course, as opposed to practicing at the Titans' facility, is that the building had been shut down following the news members of the team had tested positive for COVID-19.

Was that a case of Titans players simply doing all they could to remain competitive? Remember that the . . .

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