Through the first two weeks of training camp, Tennessee Titans safety Kevin Byard
has taken some of the younger defensive backs under his wing.
Earlier this week, the almost 29-year-old spoke with Caleb Farley after
the latter was beaten in one-on-one drills by wide receiver Racey McMath.
Byard, who learned on Thursday that his No. 20 jersey would be retired by his alma mater,
Middle Tennessee State University, spoke at length with the media following the team’s seventh session of training camp.
Of the items that stood out, the Philadelphia native touched on his expectations for third-year cornerback Kristian Fulton.
According to Byard, a Pro Bowl-caliber year should be the standard for the LSU product after a career year in 2021.
“We have a lot of guys who I feel like are going to be real good X-factors for us.