38. Austin Johnson: A versatile and very balanced interior defensive lineman, Johnson got better and made more plays each week of his rookie season. He still has not reached his full potential, but that’s pretty common with others at his position. Going into his second year, Johnson will likely see much more playing time and could work his way into the Titans’ base 3-4 sets on defense.
39. Sylvester Williams: Williams signed a three year deal with the Titans in free agency to presumably become their starting nose tackle. A former first round pick, Williams was a disappointment in his four years with the Denver Broncos. If he continues to play below expectations, he could be beaten out for a roster spot by one of the multiple undrafted free agent nose tackles signed by the Titans, DeAngelo Brown or Roderick Henderson.