Tennessee Titans cornerback Terrance Mitchell, who was signed to the team’s active roster in the week leading up to Week 3, made his debut with the team on Sunday, but things didn’t go so well.
Mitchell, who surprisingly saw snaps over 2021 first-round pick and fellow cornerback Caleb Farley, allowed six receptions on eight targets for 102 yards and a touchdown.
Before practice on Wednesday, Mitchell didn’t make any excuses for how poorly he performed
“I felt ready, I just didn’t take care of business on my end. But, new week, new opportunities, and I just got to keep working and try to get better,” Mitchell said, per ESPN’s Turron Davenport.
“For me, that was all self-inflicted on my own self, so I just got to take care of my business, make my plays and just move forward,” he added.
Whether or not he has that opportunity after what we saw in Week 3 remains to be seen.
Earlier in the week, head coach Mike Vrabel hinted more changes could be coming in the secondary, although he didn’t say exactly what those changes would look like.
“That’s just the approach that we took last week and prepared [Mitchell],” Vrabel said after the game. “We will have to see what it looks like this week. Every week is a different week. We have got to find some guys that can go out there, cover, challenge and compete. We’ll keep searching and we’ve got some guys here that we will give another look to this week.”