Projected 53 Man Roster for the 2017 Tennessee Titans
By Luke Worsham
25. Ben Jones: After four seasons of playing both guard and center for the Houston Texans, Jones signed with the Titans on the first day of 2016’s free agency period. He immediately turned a position of weakness for the Titans into a strength, doing a terrific job managing protection calls and blocking in the run game during his first season with the team. He also likes to walk around the field barefoot before each game as a ritual.
26. Tim Lelito: When Brian Schwenke signed with the Indianapolis Colts, the Titans signed Lelito to fill the same role: a swing guard/center. Unlike Schwenke, however, Lelito has the versatility to play TE in tackle-eligible situations and fullback, if necessary. In the event of an injury, Lelito could become a key chess piece on the offensive line.