The veteran has missed most of the team's OTAs and minicamps dealing with soreness in his surgically repaired knee. He was the Titans' most prized free agent acquisition, signing a six-year, $46.8 million deal to boost the team's offensive line. He's questionable for training camp but should be ready to go for the regular season.
In addition to Levitre, wide receiver Justin Hunter also missed minicamp on Tuesday. The rookie has been dealing with a hamstring injury for most of the spring and did not take part in OTAs.
Hunter isn't expected to be back until training camp opens next month. The team is being patient, but wide receivers coach Shawn Jefferson is already questioning his toughness, telling The Tennessean, "Justin needs to get his (butt) going ... I just want him to get out here so we can continue the growth process." The Titans drafted Hunter with the 34th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. They signed him to a four-year deal worth $5.4 million.