Tennessee Titans' 53-man roster projection includes revamped secondary

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans open training camp on July 27 at St. Thomas Sports Park in Nashville. The Titans finished the 2020 season with an 11-5 record, good enough to win the AFC South division title. They've reached the playoffs in back-to-back seasons including an appearance in the AFC Championship Game two years ago.

The Titans return 16 starters from last season's team but have a new offensive coordinator in Todd Downing. Here's a 53-man roster projection:

QUARTERBACK (2): Ryan Tannehill, DeShone Kizer

Tannehill continued his ascension to elite quarterback status last year by finishing with 33 touchdowns passes and 3,819 yards. But he won't have Arthur Smith with him for the first time in his Titans tenure. He and Downing hope to create a QB room with similar synergy. Kizer rounds out the room, providing a backup QB with a similar skill set to Tannehill's that won't require too much tweaking of the offense if the starter goes down.