Trio of Titans start workouts at Nashville school

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NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans are locked out, so cornerback Cortland Finnegan has started a workout regiment for his teammates.

He joined safety Chris Hope and tight end Craig Stevens on Monday at Father Ryan High School. It’s a small start, but Finnegan says he expects up to 20 Titans working out consistently every day at 9:30 a.m. once they get back from offseason trips.

Finnegan had a binder of workout plans and procedures with him. They are trying to stick to the same schedule of what they normally would be doing at the team headquarters.

Stevens says they are waiting for quarterbacks to do on-field work. Hope says he hopes the work together will substitute for the chemistry often built in the weight room during offseason work.

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