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NFL players are enjoying their off-season, but that time is running thin as the

NFL players throughout the league are enjoying the final days of their vacation before the start of the off-season schedule this month.

Tennessee Titans players and their counterparts across the league are enjoying the final days of their vacation as all 32 teams will begin the formal offseason portion of their schedule this month.

Teams with new head coaches can start their programs next week while teams with returning head coaches will be allowed to start their programs on April 18. Only Cleveland, Miami, New York Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Tampa Bay have new coaches and can begin next week.

While the Titans technically have a new head coach in Mike Mularkey, he is not considered new by the NFL because he held the interim position last season.

More formal offseason practices, or organized team activities (OTAs), won't begin until the middle of May. While those are technically voluntary, teams are allowed one mandatory, three-day minicamp, with those falling in early to mid-June. 

The dates for the start of training camp have not been announced, but it will begin in mid-to late August.

Titans offseason schedule is as follows.

First Day: April 18

OTA Offseason Workouts: May 24-26, May 31, June 1-2, June 6-9

Mandatory Minicamp: June 14-16 

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