5 Titans players and coaches who won't return in 2024

Things are going to change.
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The Tennesee Titans sit at 4-8 without much hope for the stretch run of the season.

At this point, it's going to be about evaluating the roster and figuring out where to go from here as the team heads into a pivotal offseason.

Looking ahead to some of those decisions that will need to be made, we try and predict five key players and coaches who will not make it back for the 2024 campaign.

1. Charles London, Passing Game Coordinator

The Titans need to go in a totally different direction offensively. They need a lot of help, but it starts with the passing game. Will Levis needs the right help and development. Passing game coordinator Charles London isn't cutting it, and he's not the only one that needs to go.

This season, Tennessee is sixth-worst in the league in yards per game and eighth-worst in scoring. Levis and the Titans offense absolutely must get better help from their coaching staff. The offensive line needs some improving. The wide receiving room may need some help. But, above all else, the Titans need to give Levis the proper help from their staff.

Look at teams around the league that have developed young quarterbacks and/or have prolific offenses, and there are a few organizations to pluck from: Philadelphia, San Francisco, Detroit and Miami to name a few. Tennessee has options, and London needs to go.