Tennessee Titans 53-man roster projection, July edition

Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans (Mandatory Credit: Imagn Images photo pool)
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Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans
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Here’s a guess at how the Tennessee Titans might look now that it’s July.

July’s here, and for the first time in the 102-year history of the National Football League, pro football will employ unified training camp starting dates. 29 of its teams, one of which being the Tennessee Titans, will begin preparing for the season on July 29th.

We’ve made it guys and gals. It’s almost time for football, and by now, you’ve all watched enough of the NFL to know how these things work. August is all about practices and now three preseason games, and by the time we reach September, the Titans roster will be trimmed from 90 men to 53.

March and April are about mock drafts. Then, we get our favorite team’s schedule and try to guess which games will be wins and losses. Next up, we build a roster. You can kind of see where this is headed.

With half of the 2021 calendar year behind us, it’s time to set our sights on roster battles, and though, again, we’re weeks from the beginning, here’s how we see things shaking up when the smoke clears and the dust settles. Here’s a way-too-early guess at who winds up on the Tennessee Titans’ 53-man roster.