3 positions the Tennessee Titans have upgraded this offseason
By Will Lomas
Where have the Tennessee Titans already improved this offseason?
The Tennessee Titans had a lot of work to do to make sure that the roster brought back key players this offseason. Unfortunately that means that so far, they haven’t really been able to go out and make many splashes in free agency.
In fact, the Titans have been mostly passive in terms of acquiring new assets while being aggressive in getting rid of players that they thought were too expensive or who just weren’t going to make an impact on the roster in 2020.
It is easy to focus on what the Titans are losing, and I am going to detail that in a later article where I bring up the positions Tennessee has gotten worse at this offseason.
However, with the 2020 NFL Draft a month away now it is important to look at what this team needs and what the Titans already have.
So, with that in mind we need to go over where the Titans have gotten better or at least where Tennessee could potentially think they have improved.
This is a focus mostly on the starters, though there is a unique situation where I think the Titans got better because of what they will likely do next. Why don’t I start there and then get back to the normal format.