2021 Titans offensive depth chart.
There are so many moves that the Tennessee Titans have to make before the start of the 2021 season that you may think analyzing a depth chart right now doesn’t matter, but you are wrong.
Right now we are staring at step one of building the roster of the 2021 Tennessee Titans. That amounts to basically taking inventory of where the roster is now, which starters or depth players could potentially leave, potential cap cuts, and what happens to the holes that they leave behind.
Looking at this now will tell us a few things like where the roster needs help immediately or which positions can be ignored altogether in free agency and in the 2021 NFL Draft. Right now reports are that the cap will be anywhere from $180 million to $195 million.
The Titans have been one of the best teams in the NFL in terms of the ability to manipulate their cap by giving out very few guarantees and by having the flexibility to convert bonuses into guaranteed money in order to create more cap room.
So while a lot is in flux, assuming that the cap is somewhere in the middle of those numbers mentioned earlier (let’s say $190 million) the Titans would have $5 million in cap room.
That isn’t a lot of wiggle room, luckily the Titans do have nearly all of their starters returning this season. Except for one position that looks subject to some big change.