RTC: A list of Titans' likely visitors

Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans ...

The Titans began reshaping their offense by striking a deal with Dexter McCluster, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. Others they have meetings planned with: Texans defensive lineman Antonio Smith, Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard, 49ers running back Anthony Dixon, Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher and Steelers nose tackle Al Woods.

McCluster was worth more to the Titans than he was to the Chiefs, says ESPN.com Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher.

Alterraun Verner felt a brand new place with a brand new start would be best for him and he signed with the Buccaneers, says Wyatt. “I didn’t feel like (the Titans) felt me being there or not was going to make a big impact on the team,” Verner said. “So I guess I just wanted to go to a place where I felt wanted, and appreciated more.”

To which I say: I presumed he was gone all along, and I believe the Titans did to. But it’s interesting that opportunity presented itself for them to get back in it and they apparently tried.

The Titans also kept return man Leon Washington and the team website has some details.