Minor holes on the roster that weren't addressed were positions such as tight end, safety and another possible edge-rusher.
Fourteen undrafted free agents could end up being signed by the Titans, according to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com:
#Titans will sign 14 undrafted free agents.— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) May 11, 2014
Players are going fast following the conclusion of the NFL draft, which is no surprise.
Virtually every position is in play when signing undrafted free agents. Any player who can come in and possibly give the team quality depth is what you're searching for if you're the Titans.
The Titans will also most likely take a look at several kickers who went undrafted to get a replacement for Rob Bironas.
Here are the latest undrafted free agents to sign with the Titans who will look to find a way to make this roster when training camp rolls around later in the summer.