The start of free agency is approaching fast, and the Titans have a little less than $10 million in cap space, according to Spotrac.com. After the likely cuts of David Stewart and Chris Johnson that number jumps up to more than $22 million.
Cutting Johnson and Stewart is actually perhaps the most important step in the Titans offseason blueprint, as cutting the two career-long Titans more than doubles the team's current cap space.
The Titans remain a team with a ton of youthful promise at every position group, but lack any standouts on the roster. Jurrell Casey took a major step toward being considered an impact player, but a new coaching regime and change in defensive scheme could hinder his progress.
Overall, there is plenty of talent on the Titans roster just waiting for the right coach and blend of talent to help them get over the hump and become a playoff-caliber team again.
Here's what steps general manager Ruston Webster will need to take to help the Titans take another step in the right direction.