Tennessee Titans WR Treylon Burks works to ‘attack’ an undisclosed problem after early setback

NASHVILLE (Tenn.) — The acclimation process Tennessee Titans Newbie Treylon Burks His debut with his new team was not a smooth one. Burks provided some explanations when he spoke Tuesday, his first press conference since the introductory press conference.

Burks explained, “I'm just trying to get used to it.” “Every player approaches situations differently. I just try to do the best I can. I just take it one day at the time, and everything else will take care. Everyone is bound to experience setbacks. It is all about how you bounce back and conquer it.

Burks was clearly laboring at his rookie minicamp practice last month, and was unable finish it. He was seen with an inhaler on his neck and applied ice to his neck before returning to practice.

Burks declined to answer questions about the inhaler and instead referred to Titans head coach Mike Vrabel. Vrabel refused to comment on the inhaler, but stated that Burks has improved each day he's been there.

Burks was able to make it through Tuesday's practice without any problems. Burks was picked by the Titans (No. 18 overall) that was purchased from the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for A.J. Brown.

Veteran receiver Robert Woods Brown was the player that he wanted to compete with after he was originally traded from the Los Angeles Rams The Titans. He now looks at Burks, and the other receivers on the roster to help him push himself to become better.

Woods stated, “I'm a veteran, he's rookie, but it's like I need him to compete against me so that I can improve myself.” “This is the highest level football. This is not an easy level for rookies to grasp. While everyone will face challenges, he's a great play and a great athlete. This season we will need to rely on him.

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