Guys you would love to have back
Ben Jones, C
If Ben Jones was playing just a little bit better this season he would have ended up in the top slide with Harold Landry.
No one on this roster means more to the chemistry of his position group than Ben Jones. Not only does he help call the protections and coordinate the running game, but he is also tough as nails and he is one of the few players that grind it out to practice every day that he can to make sure that he knows exactly what his unit should be doing.
A favorite in the locker room and by the coaching staff, it would be surprising if he was allowed to walk.
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, WR (ERFA)
Is he good? Kinda? Regardless, he can do a lot for this team just by being an average-level talent who you can plug and play at every wide receiver position and on special teams.
He is the classic WR5 who has a 10-year career by being a favorite by the coaching staff and doing the stuff that high-flying receivers don’t want to do. Signing him would have no impact on potentially signing or drafting another receiver in the offseason.
Teair Tart, DL (ERFA)
Tart is one of many big wins for the Titans front office on Day 3/UDFA. Each year this team manages to find two or three starters where other teams just find guys to be healthy scratches for a year before being “surprise camp cuts” a year later.
He and fellow UDFA NaQuan Jones are key players that rotate beside Jeffery Simmons in the middle of the defensive line, and while Jones could theoretically take all of those snaps it doesn’t make sense to get thinner on defense for no reason.
Morgan Cox, LS