Mike Vrabel says first-round receiver Treylon Burks has been “unavailable” at minicamp

The Titans traded away wide receiver A.J. Brown with the expectation that first-spherical rookie receiver Treylon Burks may want to step in for him at once. The early returns aren’t looking top notch.

Burks needed to sit down out at Organized Team Activities as he treated problems associated with asthma, and he has overlooked practices in minicamp as properly.

Titans head instruct Mike Vrabel said Burks is “unavailable” with out giving any precise rationalization of what the issue is.

A first-round draft pick is a long-time period investment, and it’s way too early to attract any conclusions about what kind of funding Burks will prove to be

But it must be a sadness that Burks isn’t in a position to participate at some stage in the offseason

given what excessive hopes the Titans have for him.

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