Titans quarterback Malik Willis says he and Ryan Tannehill are off to a good start 4:43 PM ET Turron DavenportESPN Close Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney University NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- New Tennesee Titans quarterback Malik Willis quickly shot down any thoughts of tension with starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill on Friday. Tannehill said this month that it's not his job to mentor Willis when asked about the Titans third-round selection. Willis had no issue with Tannehill's comments and said they're already off to a good start. "It was never anything negative," Willis said. "Ryan's a good dude. Everything is cool. He had us over the house the other day and gave us a little bit of game regarding what comes with this process." Editor's Picks Tannehill went to therapy, was in 'a dark place' 10d Turron Davenport Bills-Rams kick off '22; Wilson at Seattle on MNF 2h Jeremy Fowler NFL Week 1 packed with home underdogs 4h David Purdum 2 Related Added coach Mike Vrabel, "I thought Ryan handled that very well. "He was genuine, he was authentic," Vrabel said. "Everybody here knows he's a great teammate. That (mentoring) is not his job. His job is to prepare to help us win a bunch of games and be a great teammate and help out. That was not any sort of an issue for me." Tannehill returns as the starter this season after leading the Titans to the top seed in AFC last year. But he threw three interceptions in a heartbreaking loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the Division Round of the playoffs last season. The Titans moved up in the third round to select Willis with intentions of him being the quarterback of the future. Their plan is to develop Willis while Tannehill leads the way at least during the 2022 season.