NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Mike Munchak has made it very clear he wants Tennessee's offensive line able to take over games this season, words every lineman wants to hear.
The Titans took their next big step toward that goal Thursday when left tackle Michael Roos, new left guard Andy Levitre and right tackle David Stewart all lined up for the first team snap at the first training camp practice.
Stewart spent the offseason recovering from a broken right leg. Levitre, the centerpiece of an offseason signing spree in free agency, had been busy recovering from offseason knee surgery. Roos was limited by a sore back.
The missing piece is rookie right guard Chance Warmack remains unsigned.
Roos says they're ready for the challenge knowing the Titans will go as the offensive line goes.

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