The NFL's annual scouting combine is set to take place from Feb. 19-25, and with a shakeup in the team's coaching, this year's draft will be important for finding talent that fits the new staff's schemes.
Like every team, the Tennessee Titans have some obvious holes in the roster that will need to be taken care of along with some tough decisions on whether to make a change at other positions.
Defensively, the Titans are expected to transition to a more attack-oriented 3-4 defense, meaning a lot of change should be expected throughout the front seven. The same goes for nearly every position unit on the roster; there is always someone coming for your job and now is the time to find out who the weak links are on a roster.
The scouting combine serves as the best opportunity for coaching staffs, general managers and scouts to evaluate the prospects set to enter the league via the draft. Here are some of the things the Titans' talent evaluators are likely to have their eyes on next week.