First Titans depth chart has no big surprises

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans first unofficial depth chart includes no real big surprises.

They list themselves as a base two-tight end offense, and have Delanie Walker and Anthony Fasano as the starters, with Craig Stevens and fullback Jalston Fowler as the twos.

Harry Douglas is the second starting receiver with Kendall Wright, with Justin Hunter and Hakeem Nicks as the second group and Dorial Green-Beckham and Jacoby Ford as the threes.

At running back it's Bishop Sankey, Dexter McCluster, Antonio Andrews, David Cobb and David Fluellen, in that order.

On defense, Kaelin Burnett ranks as a second-team outside linebacker, technically ahead of rookies Deiontrez Mount, Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil and J.R. Tavai. That's mostly based on seniority.

Marqueston Huff is unsurprisingly the backup to Michael Griffin at free safety, but he's also listed as a second-team cornerback right now, with Blidi Wreh-Wilson put parenthetically at the end now that he's out with an ankle injury.

McCluster is listed as the front-line kick-returner and punt returner, with Ford behind him on both.