SUMMARY: Middle Tennessee State product Keon Raymond is developing a good habit at Titans training camp. The undrafted free agent rookie corner is averaging one interception a day and is getting noticed. "He’s making nearly an interception a day, which is what you look for if you come in as an undrafted free agent," Coach Jeff Fisher said. "If you want to get someone’s attention, that’s what you need to do, and that’s what he’s done." In one-on-one drills in Tuesday afternoon’s practice, Raymond, a 5-9, 190-pounder took an interception away from fellow MTSU product Tyrone Calico in the end zone, despite giving away six inches in height. "You’ve got to make plays out here if you want to stay, and I really want to be on this team," Raymond said. "This is a dream come true to even be out here, and if they say you’ve got to make plays and be by the ball, that’s what I’m going to do." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.