Shonn Greene expected at Titans minicamp
With the voluntary portion of the Tennessee Titans' offseason program over, the team is set to hold a mandatory minicamp beginning Tuesday. With that, the team figures to see running back Shonn Greene once again.
According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, Greene plans to be in attendance for the three-day camp. The seventh-year pro has skipped all of Tennessee's OTA sessions thus far. ESPN's Paul Kusharsky reported Greene has been spening time with his newborn son in Miami.
Greene, who appeared in 13 games for the Titans last season, ran for 392 yards and touchdowns. He figures to compete for a backup spot this season behind Tennessee's top two backs, Bishop Sankey and rookie David Cobb.
The 29-year-old is due to make $3.25 million this year, putting his roster spot in jeopardy if doesn't have a strong training camp.
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