Predicting which of Titans 22 free agents get re-signed

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Tennessee Titans tight end, Anthony Firkser.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – AUGUST 08: Anthony Firkser #86 of the Tennessee Titans catches a pass for a touchdown in the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles during a preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field on August 8, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images) /

Anthony Firkser

Anthony Firkser is a solid backup tight end, nothing more, nothing less. Firkser is a good player to have on your team, and I doubt he would command much on the open market. I look for Firkser to be back in Nashville for 2020.

MyCole Pruitt

Similarly to Firkser, Pruitt is a solid backup TE. Pruitt offers a little more upside than Firkser in the blocking department, but Firkser is a better receiving threat. Pruitt could be back if the Titans value his blocking.

Dennis Kelly

Dennis Kelly is a solid swing man on the offensive line. If Conklin slips out the door, Kelly is a MUST re-sign for the Titans. Kelly has proven to be capable of manning the right side when needed.

Even if Conklin re-signs, Kelly is an important depth piece. However, another team might see Kelly as a starter. I would like him back, but I also wouldn’t be surprised if Kelly is another teams’ starting RT in 2020.

Kevin Pamphile

Can somebody check on Kevin Pamphile? He was not active for a single game this season, and is easily replaceable. I would be surprised to see Pamphile on ANY NFL roster next season.