Interior offensive line: 6 (Total 26)
This is a lot of interior offensive offensive linemen to keep, but if the Tennessee Titans don’t have to cut any of them why would they?
Rodger Saffold just got a lot of money and he has spent the last few years bouncing from All-Pro to Pro Bowl so it is safe to say that he is the player least likely to be touched from this list.
Ben Jones has had his issues, but he is a very smart center who the offensive linemen all seem to respect and enjoy playing with. When he has had good guard play around him he has been really solid, bordering on good. However, he showed that he may not be able to elevate guard play around him when his teammates are having a rough stretch.
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Kevin Pamphile and Nate Davis will be locked in a battle at right guard until the opening day roster and probably beyond that as well.
Pamphile is going to make the roster because he can back up ever position on the offensive line. So even if he struggles or loses the starting job, he is still a valuable backup who knows the offense and who has shown he can have good games.
Davis needs a lot of polish and some strength training, but he flashes the attitude to fit on this offensive line along with the size and athleticism to play in this scheme. I don’t think he starts in 2019 at any point, but that is up to him and how quickly he can adjust to the power of the NFL.
Corey Levin should compete for the starting center job and if the Jacksonville Jaguars game last year was any indication, he should probably win that job. It will come down to the chemistry Jones has with the line and Levin’s mental prep.
Stinnie was promising in his preseason snaps, but he was the last player to make this list.