No. 2: Briean Boddy-Calhoun
Since entering the league in 2016, Briean Boddy-Calhoun has shown promise of being a solid cornerback.
An undrafted free agent out of Minnesota, he recorded three interceptions in his rookie season with the Cleveland Browns, but since then, has yet to record one.
He spent three seasons with the Browns, starting 21 of his 42 games with the team before leaving in free agency.
He spent this past preseason with the Houston Texans before being released in final cuts. The Texans did re-sign him in late October, and he played in one game with them, recording two solo tackles, a sack, two passes defended, and a forced fumble.
He was released again on November 13th, and hasn’t been signed since.
At 26, there is still plenty of time for Boddy-Calhoun to develop, and with the Titans thin at the cornerback position, they could afford to at least kick the tires on him and see if he could be an asset to the team.