Tennessee Titans depth chart raises unexpected questions about roster

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Camp rolls on, and for the Tennessee Titans, each new development can only mean one thing. We’re closer to the start of the 2021 NFL season, and every ounce of news seems like a reason to celebrate. Every new development means the regular season approaches.

Tennessee has officially released their first depth chart of the 2021 NFL season, and that means a preseason game is coming. Still, as you might expect, there are some obvious questions that come with this type of news. Let’s dive into a few of the more obvious.

So, what should we gather from the Tennessee Titans’ depth chart?

How many of you have already asked yourselves the following questions? Why is Dillon Radunz at guard? Why are all of the rookies at the bottom of the depth chart? As exciting as the release of a depth chart might be, it can be a bit confusing. Let’s see if we can get to the bottom of things here.

As far as the Dillon Radunz thing is concerned, many of you, more than likely, are wondering why he isn’t the starting right tackle because you’ve had him slotted there since the day he was drafted. The truth is he still probably ends up at the right tackle position. There’s no need to worry if you are.

In terms of the other rookies, look at things this way. It’s normal for NFL teams to place veterans ahead of the guys with no experience. Monty Rice is at the bottom of the depth chart for linebackers. Racey McMath and Dez Fitzpatrick have a lot of wide receivers ahead of them. Sure, you’re cheering for these guys, but it’s okay! Breathe!

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Tennessee’s first preseason game approaches. There’s still much to be sorted out. The new guys aren’t getting cut. That’s a promise. This is just a part of the process. Expect this depth chart to be shuffled a few times before Week 1 of the regular season.