How many new starters will the Tennessee Titans have in Week 1?

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New starters on offense (7):

QB: Will Levis
RB: Tyjae Spears/Tony Pollard
WR: Calvin Ridley
SWR*: Tyler Boyd
LT: J.C. Latham
C: Lloyd Cushenberry
RT: Nicholas Petit-Frere

Will Levis and Tyjae Spears join Peter Skoronski as the young players on offense who are most likely to get a second contract with the Tennessee Titans.

Meanwhile, Calvin Ridley and Tyler Boyd look like Kevin Nash and Scott Hall coming in to make Hulk Hogan look like a superstar again. If the Boyd deal does happen, it would give the Tennessee Titans their most experienced trio of wide receivers...maybe ever. It would certainly be the most talented trio that the group has ever had.

Earlier I talked about the biggest issues with the Titans offensive line being Aaron Brewer and Andre Dillard. Well, the Titans went out and added one of the highest-paid centers in the league and they spent the 7th-overall pick on J.C. Latham who was Bill Callahan's favorite offensive lineman in this draft class. They also get NPF back from a suspension and then an injury shortly after, so hopefully he can forget the 2023 season and get back on track with what he looked like he could be as a rookie.