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This is the first prediction I'd call bold.
The contest for starting tight end is wide open. Since Delanie Walker's knee injury, per SBNation, there's a chance he may not be ready to play by week 1.
If that happens, then the Titans will be trying to decide between Craig Stevens and Taylor Thompson. Jack Doyle has an outside chance, since he's been impressive early on, but he's a rookie, so I doubt he gets serious consideration unless he just dominates upcoming practices.
Craig Stevens has been with the team for several years now and was a pretty high draft pick. However, he's mostly been a blocker, leaving receiving duties up to Jared Cook.
Taylor Thompson got very little playing time in 2012, since he was just a rookie, but he became a very solid run-blocker by the season's end. He's also taller and more athletic than Stevens, and with another offseason's time, he could improve exponentially as a pass-catcher.
If Walker isn't ready to go by the start of the season, expect Thompson to be the Titans' guy.