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

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Much like offensive tackle, the Titans have a talented group of corners already on their roster, but one might be leaving soon.

The potential casualty to the Tennessee salary cap situation would be Logan Ryan, who has spent the last three years in Nashville playing some fantastic football along with the rest of the MMCNB crew. Jon Robinson would love to keep Ryan in two-toned blue, but Ryan deserves to get paid the “great starting slot-cornerback” money the Titans might not have.

So once again, we turn to the combine in search of a replacement. Even if Ryan sticks around with the Titans, Tennessee might want to get younger at the position anyway with a middle or late-round guy.

Tennessee has hit on their most recent cornerback draft picks. Adoree Jackson looks like he will be a solid NFL player for the next six or seven years, LeShaun Sims has shown flashes of a decent rotational, depth corner, and the Titans might need to dip their hands back into the “cornerback jar” this draft.