With the initial waves of Free Agency and the Draft behind us, there are still a few players available that could help the Titans.
This Tennessee Titans team will undoubtedly look much different on opening weekend 2020 than it did in 2019.
Jon Robinson and Co. were relatively quiet during the initial wave of free agency, as far as bringing in outside talent. Vic Beasley is the most notable name brought in to this point and even that hasn’t done enough at the position for Titans fans to assume that EDGE is no longer a need.
Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill were retained, which is huge, but the loss of Conklin could hurt, and it’s fair to question if the team should’ve done more to improve the roster, just a few months away from an AFC title game appearance.
The Jadeveon Clowney rumors continue to swirl, but even without Clowney, there are several players still unsigned that could potentially make an impact for the Titans in 2020.
After addressing most of the team needs during the draft, this roster looks good on paper. However, there a couple position groups I am concerned with depth-wise.
After recently adding veteran corner Johnathan Joseph, and other depth pieces such as Senorise Perry and Ibraheim Campbell, Robinson is showing he might not be done working to improve this roster for 2020.