Let’s put a Tennessee Titans 53-man roster together.
There are only two full weeks left until the Tennessee Titans hold training camp and once that happens news and updates will be coming in quickly.
As the team gets ready for the return of the preseason, position battles are going to take place to determine where everyone stands on the depth chart. Before that happens, it is a good idea to take a look at what the current projection for the roster is.
Right now pretty much everyone can figure out the first 40 or 45 players on the depth chart, but what really makes a roster complete is how much a team can get from those “other” dozen or so players.
Do you use that space for glue guys who can contribute on special teams like Will Compton and Daren Bates? Is it better to roll the dice and take players who might develop like Aaron Stinnie or Matt Dickerson? Do you reserve a few of those spots for late-round draft picks because of the value that their contracts have?
Those are the questions you have to ask when you predict what a team in contention for a Super Bowl is thinking. The Tennessee Titans Super Bowl window officially opened with the addition of Julio Jones, so who else fits that win-now mindset?