5 Titans who could lose their job to rookies in 2023

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No. 2 Titans veteran who could lose his job to a rookie: Dillon Radunz, OG

Out of all the players on this list, Dillon Radunz runs the highest risk of losing his job to a rookie. See, the former North Dakota State Bison started the 2022 season behind Aaron Brewer and Nate Davis. With Brewer set to line up at right guard and Davis joining the Chicago Bears in the offseason, Radunz seemed to be on the fast track to start at left guard.

Well, Radunz would be if he were healthy but he suffered a knee injury near the end of the season and there's a chance he might not be ready for training camp. Is it fair for Radunz to lose his job due to injuries? It depends on whom you ask but availability is the best ability in the football field and unless you're Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes, you're always at risk of getting phased out.

In Radunz's case, he could lose his job to rookie offensive lineman Peter Skoronski, who played left tackle at Northwestern but doesn't have the required arm length to excel in the pros. All things considered, the Titans' decision to plug in Skoronski at guard might be a smart one.

With Andre Dillar slated to line up at left tackle, Skornoski could fill a need at left guard. And if he makes a strong impression in training camp, he could be in the starting lineup when Tennessee takes on the New Orleans Saints in Week 1.