Tennessee Titans 53-man roster projection: Revamped passing game takes focus heading into camp

The Tennessee Titans will look to lean on rookie Treylon Burks to help fill the void at wide receiver left after they traded away A.J. Brown. Mark Humphrey/AP

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans open the season on Sept. 11 when they host the New York Giants.

The Titans finished the 2021 season with a 12-5 record, landing them as the top seed of the AFC. It was Tennessee's fourth consecutive season with at least nine wins under coach Mike Vrabel.

The biggest offseason move for the Titans happened on draft night when they traded star wide receiver A.J. Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles, where they drafted Treylon Burks in the first round to help solidify the passing game, along with the addition of veterans Austin Hooper and Robert Woods.

The defense remains intact for the most part with second-year cornerback Caleb Farley set to take a starting spot after Jackrabbit Jenkins was released.

Here's a look at the projection of the 53-man roster:

QUARTERBACK (3): Ryan Tannehill, Logan Woodside, Malik Willis