(5): Andy Levitre, Chance Warmack, Fernando Velasco, Chris Spencer, Brian Schwenke
Analysis: If you like the Titans and offensive guards, then this offseason was a fun time for you.
The Titans added a coveted free agent in Andy Levitre and drafted one of the top prospects in the 2013 NFL draft with Chance Warmack.
Both Levitre and Warmack will be the unquestioned starters for the Titans entering Week 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Titans added some depth behind these two guys, and it will make for an intriguing battle behind them in training camp.
First you have Chris Spencer, who is a great veteran addition to this offensive line. Depth was a big issue last season, and he solves that problem in a big way.
Spencer will be a solid player to turn to if an injury occurs.
Another guy who has plenty of value is Velasco, who has seen some time at center. He's too versatile of a guy to lose on the roster.
Another veteran that will offer some competition is Kasey Studdard. He's mainly been a backup during his career, but he does have a handful of starts under his belt.
The Titans are effectively addressing their offensive line this offseason, and they'll reserve five spots on the roster for these offensive guards.
As for center, it's a job that rookie Brian Schwenke will ultimately win. He has a mean streak about him that the Titans really need at the position.
Robert Turner is another guy who offers both depth and versatility to the offensive line. He'll challenge Schwenke at center, but he can play guard as well.