The 2021 NFL Draft is over, but as you’d expect, the Tennessee Titans are staying busy. They announced the signing of nine undrafted free agents not too long after the close of the selection meeting. Then, one day after Cinco De Mayo, they added three more guys to the roster while saying farewell to another.
Let’s not waste a ton of time here. This is a breakdown of what’s transpired.
Here’s a quick look at what the Tennessee Titans have done roster-wise.
The Tennessee Titans, via their official team website on May 6th, announced that they had added former Atlanta Falcons running back Brian Hill. They’ve also added Greg Mabin, a defensive back, and linebacker Justin March. They released Kareem Orr in a subsequent move. Here’s the skinny on each of them.
Brian Hill has a lot of tread left on his tires after only racking up 209 totes in five NFL seasons. He joins a running back room that features 2021 undrafted fullback Tory Carter as well as Khari Blasingame, Darrynton Evans, and Jeremy McNichols.
Greg Mabin has seen six NFL teams since going undrafted in 2017. This is his second stint in Nashville after spending some time on the practice squad in 2020.
Justin March has 45 total tackles on his NFL resume. Prior to spending the last four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, he spent time with the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, and Seattle Seahawks.
Kareem Orr leaves the Titans after appearing in only seven games. He racked up 16 tackles between 2019 and 2020.
Here’s an update on the Tennessee Titans offseason schedule
According to the NFL’s official website, the Tennessee Titans’ offseason schedule will look like this. Rookie minicamp will run from May 14th to May 16th. Offseason workouts begin on May 24th. There will also be sessions on May 25th. , May 27th, June 1st, June 3rd through June 4th, and June 7th through June 10th. Mandatory minicamp begins on June 15th and will run through June 17th.
We’re a long way from finalizing a roster, but again, it’s May. As you can see, however, the Titans are on the move. Then again, it isn’t like any of us thought they wouldn’t be.