The offense for the Tennessee Titans has been shaken up during this off-season. The wide receiver position has transitioned the most. Rookie WR Treylon Burks and veteran WR Robert Woods headline the changes. That being said, rookie WR Kyle Philips seems to be making some waves during training camp.

He took reps with the first team at practice today.

After practice, Philips said there are two aspects of his game he is focusing on right now to become a key contributor for the Titans this season. Those are contested catches and mental errors. Those are to be expected from a rookie, and Philips sounds like he is hitting the playbook and film room hard in order to improve and build a relationship with QB Ryan Tannehill.

The rookie WR also mentioned that he enjoys the test that practicing against the top defensive unit brings. Philips certainly is not afraid of the challenge at hand with the Titans. Building trust with Ryan Tannehill was another piece of training camp that he values a lot right now. That can be difficult for a rookie, but he is committed.

Philips also mentioned that he wants to become one of the best route-runners in the league. He knows he is undersized but can still be a very valuable weapon in the passing game. Expect him to continue to get first-team reps if he continues this type of success in training camp.

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