5 Titans players who won’t make the 53-man roster in 2024

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Thus far, the Tennessee Titans have had quite the offseason.

Free agency has seen the Titans add a plethora of talent by way of both signings and one huge trade, when the team acquired former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L'Jarius Sneed. Tony Pollard, Calvin Ridley, Chidobe Awuzie, among other signings have made the Titans look as though they're serious about competing as soon as possible.

But, because of a lot of these signings and what the Titans have yet to do in the 2024 NFL Draft, it's going to make things difficult on a few key Titans players.

Which current Titans will have a hard time making the final roster come September? Five, in particular, don't seem to stand much of a chance.

Tre'Shaun Harrison, WR

Especially after the acquisition of Ridley, it's going to push Tre'Shaun Harrison further down the depth chart. The Oregon State product and 2023 undrafted free agent was a practice squad member for Tennessee last year, as it is. Having re-signed in January, a practice squad membership seems to be the best-case scenario for the 23-year-old.

Julius Chestnut, RB

With Pollard and Tyjae Spears heading up the back field, and hopefully the return of Hassan Haskins, that's going to make life difficult for running back Julius Chestnut. The Titans may even look at adding more to the position by way of the draft. Who knows? The 2-year NFL veteran has mostly been a practice squad member, if not third string back, in Tennessee.

Lachavious Simmons, G

A former seventh-round pick back in 2020, Lachavious Simmons returned to where he played his college ball (Tennessee State) in playing for the Titans last November. He was also a practice squad member, but after the additions of Lloyd Cushenberry and Saahdiq Charles on the interior, Simmons gets pushed even further back in his position.

JoJo Domann, LB

Back in December, linebacker JoJo Domann was signed to the Tennessee practice squad after spending the first two years with Indianapolis as mostly a practice squad member as well. He was already arguably last on the depth chart as far as inside linebackers, but after the Titans signed Kenneth Murray, he gets slottted back even further.

Anthony Kendall, CB

The cornerback room has become a whole lot deeper in a matter of moments, thankfully. The Titans needed to do some work there. The former undrafted free agent, Anthony Kendall, has an uphill battle with two more legitimate additions in this cornerback room. He played a good amount of special teams last season, but will have a tough time making the Titans' 53-man roster in 2024 with a good amount of guys ahead of him at the position.