Tennessee Titans: Analyzing 53-man roster and practice squad

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Tennessee Titans offensive line

Active Roster: Corey Levin, Taylor Lewan, Rodger Saffold, Aaron Brewer Kendall Lamm, Ty Sambrailo, Dillon Radunz, David Quessenberry, Daniel Munyer

Practice Squad: Jordan Roos, Christian DiLauro, Derwin Gray

COVID-19 List (as of September 2nd): Ben Jones, Nate Davis

Get well soon to Ben Jones and Nate Davis who are two-thirds of one of the best interior line trios in the NFL. However, that need for interior offensive line depth may have been the first domino that led to the Titans re-signing Corey Levin who is a perfect fit.

Doing the math, the odds are that the Titans will trim down this position group once the COVID issues are resolved, but Tennessee would be smart not to go crazy with the cuts. Assuming that Kendall Lamm is the starter at right tackle, then the most versatile backups that the Titans could have are:

-Corey Levin (has experience at center and guard in the NFL)

-Aaron Brewer (played center in college but exclusively played left guard for the Titans last year)

-Ty Sambrailo (has played left tackle, right tackle, left guard, and right guard in his NFL career)

-Dillon Radunz (played right tackle and right guard in the preseason and started 32 games at left tackle in college)

That would give the Titans two players who can back up every spot on the offensive line and this would allow them to cut Munyer and Quessenberry and add them to the practice squad.