Titans’ Beasley hopes to put cloudy past behind him as he readies for debut

By John Glennon

What went on with linebacker Vic Beasley and the Titans is, well, still not exactly clear.

What the future holds, however, may finally start to be revealed this Sunday when the Titans travel to Minnesota.

The Titans made Beasley available to the media for the first time on Friday, about half a year after he signed a one-year, $9.5 million deal with the team.

That move comes following his first week of full practices with the Titans, which makes it seem likely he'll make his debut as the Titans look to remain undefeated on Sunday.

“Physically, I'm at the point where I feel like I can play,” said Beasley, adding that he hopes to play against the Vikings. “So going forward, that decision is up to the training staff and whether they feel like I'm able to go out there and perform. You can't just go out there and play, you've got to actually be effective and make a difference. I'm hoping they'll be able to see that through my practice.”


But what about that long, strange trip up to this point for Beasley, who was an unexcused absence for the first 10 days of training camp, accumulating $500,000 in fines? When Beasley did arrive, he was immediately placed on the non-football injury list and . . .

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