Due to the continued influx of talent, there has been a lot of turnover on the Tennessee Titans roster over the last two offseasons.
Despite all the change this offseason, most of the newcomers on the roster are not expected to break into the starting lineup. Instead, the team has focused on adopting new schemes rather than making significant changes to starting personnel.
With two weeks of OTAs over, and mandatory minicamp on the horizon, it’s time to take a look at some players who may have carved out more substantial roles for themselves this upcoming season.
Because OTAs are primarily noncontact, some of the progress made could prove to be misleading when the real action starts. Some players trending positively will fade as everyone begins to ramp up to full game speed.
With that said OTAs still showcase the players' abilities to learn and retain the new offensive and defensive terminologies that are thrown at them and to fit into whatever their role will be.
Let's see a few of the guys who have stood out so far.