Treylon Burks, WR (TEN)

Encouraging progress

Burks believes that he is improving every day and is focused on developing all aspects of his game, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Burks has had an uneven start to his pro career, with the most concerning aspect being his struggle to consistently remain on the field due to breathing and conditioning concerns. However, he continues to build his workload and is focused on absorbing all the coaching he receives to improve his game. Burks will be counted on to immediately produce as a rookie, though veteran Robert Woods (knee) appears to be on schedule to return in time for the beginning of the regular season and should command plenty of targets.

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Kyle Philips

WR | TEN

Getting snaps with starters

Philips has been getting work on the first-team offense, with WRs coach Rob Moore noting Thursday that the rookie has "made some plays" and "immersed himself in the playbook,", Buck Reising of 104.5 The Zone reports.

Robert Woods

Robert Woods

WR | TEN

Increasing workload at camp

Woods (knee) hasn't been a full participant in practice, but he's making progress and his workload has included some 7-on-7 drills, ESPN.com reports.

Robert Woods

Robert Woods

WR | TEN

Aiming to play Week 1

Woods (knee) says his goal is to be ready to play in the season opener against the Giants, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports.

Robert Woods

Robert Woods

WR | TEN

Sheds knee brace

Woods (knee) participated in Wednesday's training camp session without a brace on his surgically repaired left knee, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

Treylon Burks

WR | TEN

Should be ready for training camp

Titans receiver coach Rob Moore believes that Burks -- who dealt with asthma and conditioning issues this offseason -- will be ready to go when training camp practices begin July 27, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

Kyle Philips

WR | TEN

Impressing with quickness

Philips impressed the Titans with his route running and short-area quickness during offseason practices, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.