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Tennessee coach Mike Munchak has used the last day of OTAs to take the Titans to the movies.
On the last day of organized team activities Friday, Munchak took the Titans to a sneak preview of the Brad Pitt film ''World War Z.''
Offensive guard Andy Levitre and fullback Collin Mooney both tweeted that they were headed to the movie.
Titans spokesman Robbie Bohren confirmed that Munchak replaced the final session of OTAs with a trip to a movie theater. Bohren says players and coaches boarded buses and saw the movie together.
The Titans wrap up their offseason program next week with a three-day minicamp.
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