A report from St. Louis indicates that the Tennessee Titans will host the St. Louis Rams for three days of joint practices this summer.
Titans director of media relations Robbie Bohren indicated that the two clubs have discussed practicing together, but that nothing had yet been finalized.
The Titans and Rams last worked out together in 2000 in Macomb, Ill., and according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch website, the clubs have a two-year agreement in place to work together.
The Titans play host to the Rams in their preseason opener this year on Aug. 9 at LP Field.
In other years, the Titans have held joint workouts with the Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins and Atlanta Falcons.