4. Wesley Woodyard, LB
Woodyard isn’t retired and he balked at the idea on Twitter when someone asked him if he would come out of retirement. With plenty of thoughts on what the Titans should be doing on defense along with a relationship with the entire defense and former DC Dean Pees, it makes sense for the Titans to at least give him a call.
Now, you might be thinking that Woodyard isn’t going to rack up a lot of sacks for the Titans and that he might not be worth the time and effort. Well, I would remind you that over the 2017 and 2018 seasons, he combined for more sacks for the Titans than Derrick Morgan or Brian Orakpo.
He is an aggressive, but smart linebacker that can be very useful vs the run or as a blitzer, as long as you don’t ask him to drop out in coverage.
For a team lacking any sort of anchor or guiding light at the linebacker position, Woodyard would probably step in and be the best linebacker “coach” on the roster even if he didn’t get the title, and that really isn’t hyperbole when you look at what the Titans have in terms of coaches.