NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Ken Whisenhunt says he wanted to reward his Tennessee Titans with a surprise trip to the movies, and the first-year coach is leaning toward letting them check out of the team hotel once they return from a road trip to New Orleans.
Whisenhunt has not announced a date for the end of training camp, and he said Wednesday he considers camp stretching until the team cuts the roster to 75.
But Whisenhunt says the Titans practiced well enough Tuesday that he rewarded them with the movie.
Checking out of the hotel will mark an end to the 18-hour days of camp.
The Titans had their choice of three movies, and Whisenhunt says he saw ''Hercules.'' Asked what he thought, the coach said he's not a movie critic.
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