Blidi Wreh-Wilson sometimes catches grief because he uses audio books.
"He thinks I'm weird because I listen to them," he said as fellow Titans cornerback Jason McCourty ribbed him on the final day of the offseason program last month. "Sorry, but I need brain food. It works for me …"
Wreh-Wilson has done his best to soak up a lot of football this offseason. A year after the Titans drafted him in the third round out of Connecticut, he's expected to play a much bigger role.
"There has been a lot of growth since last year," he said. "Last year I just learned how to play my technique and things like that, and through the season I just learned about NFL football. This offseason I feel like I understood what the offenses are really about, what the defenses are really about. I understood the little details, and I can tell that in my game."
Wreh-Wilson played in 13 games as a rookie, but spent most his time on special teams. When Coty Sens...