NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Greetings. Welcome to our first post-draft mailbag…Zach Brown is pretty much locked in as one of the top two inside guys. Outside they've got Brian Orakpo, Derrick Morgan, Jonathan Massaquoi, Kamerion Wimbley and now Deiontrez Mount. There are some holdover fringe guys and will be some undrafted free agents. They aren't super-stocked, but they are sufficiently stocked.
Paul Kuharsky: I'm not surprised it was offense-heavy. Maybe I'm a bit surprised at just how offense-heavy. Remember, the Titans went defense in free agency with Orakpo, safety Da'Norris Searcy and cornerback Perrish Cox. They get inside linebacker Zach Brown back from injury. That could be four new starters. That's a big makeover. Improvement season is largely over now. Maybe a free agent who's floating around and getting cheap gets added. Then perhaps some guys who get cut elsewhere at the end of camp. This roster is not far from the one we'll see in September.
#PKmail Were you surprised the Titans went offense heavy? What do to improve defense now?— al (@mendicantech) May 3, 2015
Shonn Greene was in trouble before the draft. They don't owe him anything until the season starts. So he'll be in camp and see how things shake out. Barring a couple injuries, I can't see a scenario where he sticks.
Jalston Fowler pick in the fourth round was a shock. Even if he's a great special-teamer, catches the ball well and gets some carries, what's the highest snap count we could envision for him on a Sunday? I don't know that it had to be a defensive back there. But I do think it's the one position where they still are too thin. The undrafted rookie pool there will be big.
Dorial Green-Beckham should be a guy who comes in and plays from go. I'd project DGB and Kendall Wright as the starters, and Harry Douglas in when they go three-wide, which they'll use a lot. Third-round tackle Jeremiah Poutasi will have every chance to take the right tackle spot, which is pretty much open.