NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans wrapped up their offseason program on Thursday and open training camp on July 29 at St. Thomas Sports Park in Nashville, Tennessee. Here’s a 53-man roster projection:
Alex Tanney is a nice guy to have as a third, but there won’t be practice snaps for a third and it’s a luxury that they don’t need.
I don’t know that Sankey ever really got a fair shake and he did little with his chances. But that spot could well be a player to be named who’s cut elsewhere. Like McCluster, Sankey is different than the top two guys and the Titans want changeup options.
Fullback (1): Jalston Fowler.
Douglas and Hunter are both in jeopardy, but at this point I see them both sticking, but getting far fewer snaps. Tre McBride could challenge.
Shouldn’t be five like there were on the roster at the start of the 2015 season. These are unquestionably the top three.
The eighth and a potential ninth may not currently be on the roster. Matias is a big, strong guy who’s working at tackle and guard.
I would think it’s the end for Ropati Pitoitua considering how frequently he was a healthy scratch last season.
Hard to have a good feel for veteran additions at this point, especially Grant and Palmer. Rookie Aaron Wallace could displace one.
In Sims and Reed I stick with draft picks at this stage over B.W. Webb, who’s done some good things, as well as Curtis Riley, a promising undrafted player from a year ago who got hurt and has moved from corner to safety. Eleven is heavy here, but I had an extra spot when I didn’t keep a third quarterback.