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Mike Vrabel decided to stay in-house to hire both of his coordinators for 2021.

The Tennessee Titans apparently will stay virtual for off-season work, releasing a statement through the NFL Players Association on Tuesday.

“We have come together as a team and have had several conversations about what is best for the players in our locker room. Based on the injury data from the previous year, along with the facts and data provided by our union, we are in solidarity with other players across the NFL who will exercise their right not to attend in-person voluntary workouts. We understand that some players will need to be at our facility for different reasons during this time and we respect the right of every player afforded to us in our CBA,” the statement from the Titans players through the NFLPA said.

The Titans join 19 other teams in the league now as saying they will not take part in in-person voluntary work for the off-season.

Last year, all off-season work was done virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic.