Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan said vowing to stay off social media for a year wasn’t a “big epiphany,” but acknowledged that his routine has become more efficient since making the decision.
Lewan declared Monday on Twitter Monday that he’d stay off social media for the 2022 season.
One of the Titans’ more lively personalities, the three-time Pro Bowler added that he’s been reading a little bit more.
“It wasn’t this big epiphany of mine,” Lewan said of his pledge. “Me and Will (Compton) treat that thing like a group chat.”
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“It’s weird,” Lewan continued. “The first couple of days, I was actually kind of bored. Like, the real world is kind of boring to me. Now, it’s become almost crazy efficient because there’s really nothing to look at.”
Lewan also spoke of playing alongside Aaron Brewer, who’s competing for the starting spot at left guard.
“He’s a great dude. He’s very athletic. He and I have very similar skill sets, which is fun if it’s used the right way,” Lewan said. “We have a good chemistry going already.”
“We literally have no idea ‘til pads come on,” he added of the offensive line play. “We’re wearing underwear. We’re running around. It’s like a glorified modeling show right now.”
Ben Arthur covers the Tennessee Titans for The USA TODAY Network. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter at @benyarthur.
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