Similarly to Wide Receiver, this is a position group that has a potential Pro Bowler at the top, but paper-thin depth behind him.
Jones and Crawford profile as the other two starters next to Simmons, with rookie Murchison and former UDFA Isaiah Mack providing the depth.
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-Harold Landry III
Another top-heavy position group. If the Titans finally put an end to the Clowney Saga, this would be one of the strongest position groups on the team.
Right now, however, too much is resting on the shoulders of Landry.
Beasley could have a bounce-back year, but I wish Landry had more help. Perhaps Walker can contribute, as he has yet to make his NFL debut after spending all of 2019 on Injured Reserve.
-David Long Jr.
It seems like Wesley Woodyard might be done, but honestly, it shouldn’t matter too much from a production standpoint.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a better 1-2 punch at Inside ‘Backer than Evans and Brown.
Long Jr. produced when called upon last year, and seems more than capable of filling in.
Recent FA addition Dzubnar provides special-teams prowess and essentially takes over Daren Bates‘ role.