Unlikely to Be Re-Signed
These are the players that I would be surprised to see return in 2019 after this season.
DT Bennie Logan: Logan has been a solid run stopper throughout his career with the Eagles and Chiefs, but on a roster that already boasts players like Jurrell Casey, Austin Johnson, and DaQuan Jones in the foreseeable future, Logan seems less likely to stick around for the long haul. The Titans appear to want upgrades along their defensive line, as judged by their efforts to sign Ndamukong Suh, but Logan seems like more of a bandaid to cover the loss of Karl Klug and Sylvester Williams rather than a long-term solution. I think Logan will perform well in 2018 with the Titans, but I hope to see the team find a long-term solution in the draft next year.
MLB Will Compton: After Avery Williamson left for the New York Jets, the Titans had to address the MLB position, which is why they signed Will Compton from the Washington Redskins to fill that hole. However, with first round pick Rashaan Evans in the fold alongside veteran standout Wesley Woodyard, Compton will not see the field as much as initially expected. In a crowded LB room that also includes players like Jayon Brown and Nate Palmer already entrenched in rotational and special teams roles, Compton may wish to test free agency next season and find a less crowded LB corps elsewhere in the league after this season.
FS Kendrick Lewis and WR Nick Williams: Both of these veterans have bounced around the league and were likely brought in as camp bodies. I don’t anticipate either of these players making the final roster in 2018, so they will have no chance of being resigned by the team next offseason.