5 sleepers who could make the Tennessee Titans roster
By Will Lomas
#3. David Quessenberry, OT
Never underestimate how important your personality is in the NFL.
Locker room guys are key and last year we all know that Quessenberry made his name as the sleeveless guy on the sidelines in January who was pumping up the other guys on the roster.
A genuinely good guy who didn’t look too bad on the field, Quessenberry probably isn’t going to wow anyone if he has to play. However, the Titans believe he is a versatile lineman and they have lined him up at guard and at tackle in camp.
Assuming that they like him more than the current version of Isaiah Wilson (which seems to be the case given that they put him in at guard and Ty Sambrailo in at tackle when Nate Davis and Dennis Kelly missed practice, while Wilson just watched) then he might be necessary for Week 1.
If the Titans think that he and Sambrailo are position versatile, that means that it makes sense to keep Wilson inactive and to keep those two up to provide depth for the Titans early in the season.
Quessenberry has experience with this coaching staff and his time with Mike Vrabel goes back to their days in Houston, so don’t count him out yet.