5 moves still left for the Tennessee Titans after the 2023 NFL Draft

Tennessee Titans, 2023 NFL Draft
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3. The Tennessee Titans must also fortify their cornerback group

When it comes to injuries, the Titans have been one of the unluckiest teams in the NFL. Last year their weekly injury report was full seemingly every week and Tennessee finished the season with a league-high 33 players on the Injured Reserve list. One position that was severely affected was cornerback.

Kristian Fulton missed six games with a groin injury. Similarly, a back injury limited Caleb Farley to nine contests. On top of that, Chris Jackson and Elijah Molden might not be ready for training camp, so the Titans need to err on the side of caution and consider adding depth to their cornerback group in the upcoming months.

Marcus Peters is still available and although Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh hasn't ruled out re-signing him, he could give a huge boost to a Titans secondary that ranked 32nd in yards allowed and 28th in passing touchdowns in the league last year.

A first-round pick by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015, Peters was traded to the Los Angeles Rams in 2018 and to the Baltimore Ravens one year later. He sat out five games with a calf injury last season but he should be a full-go for training camp.

The Titans already signed Sean Murphy-Bunting in free agency to bolster their cornerback group. With Roger McCreary slated to start opposite Fulton, the Titans are set at the position. However, you can never have enough corners and Peters would provide insurance in case injuries strike again in 2023.