Titans coach Mike Munchak plans to spend more time this season working with the offensive line, he said Friday.

It’s something he and offensive line coach Bruce Matthews talked about last year. Munchak was Oilers/Titans offensive line coach from 1997-2010 and became head coach in 2011. The two men were also teammates during their Hall of Fame playing careers.

“I’ve been meaning to do it,” Munchak said. “The first couple years was harder because you have to find how to manage your time. But I feel like I’ve got a very good handle on what I need to be doing on a daily basis and on a practice basis.”

The Titans finished 21st in rushing and 12th in most sacks allowed last season, so they are making changes on an offensive line that was ravaged by injuries.

They signed guard Andy Levitre and guard/centers Rob Turner and Chris Spencer, and drafted guard Chance Warmack and center Brian Schwenke.

“This time of year, especially when you’re in OTAs and training camp, I have the time to help,” Munchak said. “If you’re not there on a more daily basis, it’s hard to kind of poke in. We’ll see how it goes. We’re just kind of playing it day by day.