Delanie Walker sat out Tennessee Titans minicamp in July, and also the tight end is unsure if he’ll start training camp.
“I’ll leave that up to the coaches,” Walker told Jenny Vrentas of SI.com.
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Walker endured a ankle injury in Week 1 of the 2018 campaign that wiped out his whole season and required surgery. The 34-year-old took it slow with his rehabilitation. A month, he returned to perform a few drills during OTAs but had been held out of minicamp.
“Only stepping on the area, running routes and doing drills, that was the biggest [hurdle],” he explained of the OTAs work. “I’d just been operating for a couple of weeks, and having the ability to run routes against men, and beating them.”
The goal for a veteran such as Walker is to prepare not the beginning of training camp, . Any work he has in through August and July is a bonus. Anticipate the Titans personnel to play it safe with all the TE.
Walker doesn’t seem like he is fretting being ready for the season, even if this means starting camp.
“We’ve got great coaches and training staff,” he explained. “They’re most likely not going to let me hit the ground running like I wish to, but I look forward to getting into my groove.”
The Titans are entering a pivotal season, particularly. Having a reliable TE weapon such as Walker on the area to start the year healthy could be a boon for the Titans’ 2019 prospects.
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