Da'Rick Rogers broke his three-week silence with the media after Wednesday's practice.
Later today, the Tennessee wide receiver might just break out his yoga mat to get in touch with his Chi.
Rogers, who has been the target of double teams from opposing secondaries since Justin Hunter went down with a season-ending knee injury, said the idea has been simmering in his head ever since he visited North Carolina State as a junior in high school.
"They had guys, D-linemen, doing splits," Rogers said. "I was like, 'Wow, I wonder how they did that?' They said, 'Do the yoga.'
"I was like 'I've got to get into yoga one day.' This is my chance in college, so I took a yoga class."
Rogers, one of the more loquacious players on the team, said it was his heavy second-session class load, not his frustration with the direction of UT's offense, that prompted him to keep quiet.
"We also got a new quarterback in," said Rogers, who has 10 catches for 166 yards in the past three games. "Just making sure we've got everything straight in house before I came out and said too many comments on anything. Now we're working on getting (quarterback Justin) Worley right for the game this Saturday."
For the second consecutive day, linebacker Curt Maggitt (calf) wore a red, non-contact jersey. Kick returner Devrin Young, who wore a red jersey Tuesday, was at full capacity.
Coach Derek Dooley said linebacker Herman Lathers, who has yet to play this season because of a broken ankle, is "week to week."
"About two weeks ago we were a little disappointed he wasn't progressing, and last week he made a big jump," Dooley said. "A lot more cutting, and we kind of discuss it every week, so I'll get a little better bead on it after tomorrow."