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Facility can't accommodate open Titans workout, Finnegan says

Tennessee cornerback Cortland Finnegan's plan to welcome the public to the Titans' player-organized workout Wednesday at Father Ryan High School in Nashville won't happen as planned, he said Tuesday via his official Twitter account.

"If you planned to come tomorrow be mad at me but I didn't get it approved I was excited about seeing fans and didn't go through proper (channels)", Finnegan wrote, adding, "Be mad at me not at father Ryan."

Finnegan instead encouraged fans to attend former coach Jeff Fisher's charity softball game on June 18 at Greer Stadium.

Finnegan had invited Titans fans to show up Monday night.

"It's official we are gonna open up Wednesdays practice to the public everyone tell everyone come out at 10:30 and bring the whole family" Finnegan tweeted.

Titans linebacker Gerald McRath told The Tennessean that the organizers are hoping at least 40 players, including rookies, show up for the workouts.

Two rookies -- linebacker Akeem Ayers and defensive tackle Zach Clayton -- said via Twitter they are planning to be present.

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