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Players: Jason McCourty, Coty Sensabaugh, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Tommie Campbell, Marqueston Huff
There is a common theme with much of this defense: A lot of new players will be elevated to starting roles. That could end up being death sentences or opportunities for new stars to emerge.
Alterraun Verner's departure gives a handful of players the opportunity to break out in 2014, with Coty Sensabaugh being my early candidate to win that chance. He has played really well in the limited chances he's been given in big moments.
However, it wouldn't surprise me much if Blidi Wreh-Wilson wins that role, as he is such a solid player in man-to-man coverage. It will be a fun battle to watch.
As much upside as these guys have shown, they still have very little experience.
Depth concerns me with this unit, along with inexperience. Injuries happen all of the time in the NFL, and there's a good chance that someone is going to be forced into a game when he probably isn't ready.
Tommie Campbell has never been able to prove that he's a reliable NFL cornerback, despite his great athleticism.
Marqueston Huff was drafted in the fourth round this year and could possibly develop into a gem. I'm not sure if he'll reach that level in 2014, meaning that the Titans need to keep their fingers crossed that no major injuries occur to this unit.