The Tennessee Titans could leave Logan Woodside off of the roster.
Here’s a serious question. Do the Tennessee Titans actually need three quarterbacks? Sure, that’s typically what we see NFL teams carry, but we’ve also seen squads go with two guys from time to time.
Ryan Tannehill is as sturdy as they come. He missed the 2017 season, three games in 2016, and five more in 2018, but with a strong running game and a great offensive line, which he has, there’s no reason to think that Ryan Tannehill can’t stay vertical for all 17 games during the upcoming 2021 regular season.
It’s partially for that reason that quite a few roster projections have Tennessee keeping two signal-callers on the 53-man roster as opposed to three. Logan Woodside is someone that the Titans love, but he has yet to throw a pass in a game that counts during his NFL career. He figures to be the odd man out if Tennessee explores the option of letting things play out with two quarterbacks, but here’s something else (and this can’t be ruled out either).
Tennessee, as of August 5th, have added Matt Barkley, and they released DeShone Kizer in a subsequent move. Don’t be surprised if they add a prospect they feel is better than Woodside as well. Don’t be surprised if Woodside makes this team. Don’t be surprised if he doesn’t.