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

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EDGE Rusher

Unlike offensive tackle, securing a talented pass rusher should be a top priority for the Tennessee Titans this offseason, no matter what happens in free agency.

Entering his third season, Harold Landry has started to establish himself as a pass-rushing star in the Titans defensive unit, but he hasn’t had much help yet in his young career.

2019 featured a revolving door style approach to the Titans secondary EDGE player that featured Cameron Wake, Reggie Gilbert, Derick Roberson and a few other players that all showed flashes, but probably aren’t long-term solutions at the position.

For finding that solution outside of Tennessee’s cast of situational pass-rushers, the Titans might want to turn to the draft. Getting a young player to complement Landry could give Tennessee one of the most dangerous defensive duos in the NFL.

The Combine would give Jon Robinson the perfect opportunity to find a mid to late-round star on the rise in what should be a deep EDGE rusher class. He and Mike Vrabel should be paying close attention on linebacker workout days in hopes of finding their guy.