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The Titans brought in some intriguing undrafted free agents, and a handful of them have a decent shot at making the team.
Heading off the list of probability of making the team is tight end Jack Doyle. He's predominantly a pass-catching tight end who could carve himself a spot on the team off of that alone.
The Titans are somewhat set at tight end with Delanie Walker, Craig Stevens and Taylor Thompson.
However, Walker and Stevens are more valuable as blockers. As for Thompson, the jury is still out on if he can even fully transition from his former position of defensive end.
For those reasons, Doyle could make the team with a strong training camp.
Rashad Ross is a speedy receiver that has the big-play ability to earn him a roster spot. He had over 600 yards receiving for Arizona State in 2012.
Travis Harvey is another receiver who is a long shot to make the team, but he does have plenty of potential to make an impact during the preseason.
A few other guys who will push for roster spots will be offensive tackle Oscar Johnson and former Canadien college football star Stefan Charles. Both guys address depth issues that could play into their favor of making the final cut.
Odds are at least two of these guys will be on the roster when Week 1 rolls around, but which ones is up for debate.