As the final days and hours run out on July, every Tennessee Titans fan and member of the media’s thoughts are on what’s going on with this roster. Twitter is about to explode. We’re all checking our Instagram accounts as often as possible to see if any of the star players or the guys who are entertaining on social media are posting anything.
It’s a wild time, but it’s also a lot of fun. It’s easy to get lost in highlight-reel catches and memes. The Titans have been keeping us updated as roster changes occur.
Tennessee Titans announce signings, add a young prospect to the COVID-19 list.
Tennessee began juggling their roster early. Before camp even began, expected starter Abry Jones announced his retirement. That led the Titans to add former New England Patriots edge rusher, John Simon. On Monday, two defensive linemen were added (Kyle Peko and Anthony Rush).
Questions were asked about what this team had done from the standpoint of COVID-19 vaccinations, but fear not. This team realizes the importance of taking everything seriously. Titans Insider John Glennon reported on Wednesday that he had been informed by vice president and general manager Jon Robinson that the team is at a 90 percent vaccination rate, but be sure to keep defensive back Chris Jones on your mind and in your thoughts. It was also reported on Wednesday that he had been added to the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
According to TennesseeTitans.com senior writer and editor Jim Wyatt, DB Briean Boddy-Calhoun has been added in a subsequent move. Boddy-Calhoun is a five-foot-nine, 193-pound prospect that entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2016. He’s spent time on the Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, and San Francisco 49ers rosters.
So far, for his career, he has 47 career games, 22 starts, 151 total tackles, three sacks, two forced fumbles, three interceptions, and 19 pass breakups on his resume. He’s even scored a defensive touchdown.