This is where the Titans had a lot of problems on defense in 2012.
At safety, those problems look a little better. Michael Griffin is still the likely starting free safety, but the Titans brought in both Bernard Pollard and George Wilson at strong safety.
Pollard is one of the best safeties in the league in run support, but he struggles in pass coverage, where the Titans were vulnerable in 2012. Wilson is a little better, but he's in the twilight of his career.
At corner, things look brighter. Jason McCourty is still there, while Alterraun Verner's position is in question to a degree. He may move to nickel, he may play outside or he may even move to safety.
Tommie Campbell, Blidi Wreh-Wilson and Coty Sensabaugh are all competing for playing time. Sensabaugh looks to play in the nickel if Verner isn't there, while Campbell and Wreh-Wilson will be competing for the outside slot opposite McCourty.
The defensive backs as a group should be better with better depth at corner and an improvement at strong safety, but the group still lacks the kind of standout player that Cortland Finnegan was.