5 position groups for the Tennessee Titans to watch at the 2020 NFL Combine

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Offensive Tackle

There’s no way to know for certain yet, but this position might either be a top priority for the Titans this offseason; or not a concern at all.

As the roster stands now, Tennessee has two top-tier tackles in Taylor Lewan and Jack Conklin. Lewan will (hopefully) be in Nashville for the long haul after signing a five-year extension worth a pretty penny through the 2024 season. Conklin, on the other hand, is a different story.

The All-Pro right tackle will be hitting free agency this offseason and might be on his way out the door. While the Titans do have over 50 million dollars in salary cap space, a talented young player like Conklin will probably be demanding a high-paying deal, and will be getting offers across the NFL.

If Tennessee does decide to let Conklin move on, they might look to the early rounds of the draft to find his replacement. Conklin tested well at the combine, finishing top ten in the 40-yard dash and 20-yard shuttle drills among offensive linemen. The Titans may once again be looking at athletic linemen if they want to replace their four-year starter at right tackle.