By John Glennon
Media sightings of linebacker Vic Beasley around the Titans facility this month have been so rare that – by now – they've taken on the air of UFO visitations.
There's an immediate sense of skepticism such an event really could have transpired, a demand for visual evidence that it did, and – only after a withering cross-examination – a grudging acceptance that maybe, just maybe, it actually occurred.
Such is the status quo these days for Beasley, who on Sunday completed a not-so-great trifecta of sorts. Since signing a one-year, $9.5 million contract with the Titans last March, Beasley has proceeded to: arrive 10 days after the team's July 28th reporting date; fail his physical due to a non-football injury; and miss every single snap of training camp.
Are there worse ways to make a first impression on the Titans and their fans, with the team now less than two weeks from opening its season on Monday Night Football in Denver?
We've yet to hear a word from Beasley in the five months since his signing was made official, either. The Titans never made him available to media, unusual considering he was the team's big free-agent signing of the offseason – a player who will carry the Titans' seventh-largest cap hit this season. So we haven't been able to ask him the most basic of questions, like . . .
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