The 14th annual Titans Caravan makes a stop at O’Charley’s Restaurant in Dickson Thursday and is scheduled to include two members of the Titans defense. The caravan returns this year after missing last year due to the preseason lockout. Cornerback Alterraun Verner and linebacker Colin McCarthy are scheduled to joined members of the Titans broadcast team and T-Rac at Thursday’s stop in Dickson. The caravan is scheduled to be at O’Charley’s 5-6 pm Thursday. The caravan kicked off Monday and is scheduled to make 50 stops in Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky, including 28 special programs at schools featuring Titans players. A third-year player drafted out of UCLA in the fourth round in 2010, Verner has played in every game in his first two seasons and started 15. The 5-10, 187-pounder from Carson, California, has 153 tackles over two seasons, four interceptions, 21 passes defended and two fumble recoveries. Seeing most of his action as a nickelback and on special teams, Verner is expected to be counted on more now that Courtland Finnegan was lost to free agency. McCarthy enters his second season with the Titans after being drafted out of Miami in the fourth round in 2011. In his rookie season, McCarthy started seven games and led the Titans with eight tackles for loss. He recorded one interception, two fumble recoveries and 76 total tackles, seeing extensive playing time on special teams. McCarthy was named AFC Defensive Player and NFL Rookie of the Week following Tennessee’s 23-17 win at Buffalo after leading the team with 11 tackles and two fumble recoveries. The Titans placed an emphasis on defense again in last week’s draft, using five of seven picks for defensive players. The public is invited to come out to O’Charley’s 5-6 pm Thursday to get autographs and pictures with Verner, McCarthy and T-Rac.