One Titans player on the roster bubble at each position

Who might be in danger in the wake of the NFL Draft?
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This offseason, the Tennessee Titans have done an admirable job filling in the gaps.

They have added talent all over the board, showing their belief in second-year quarterback Will Levis and a faith in this newly-shaped roster to go out and compete for an AFC South title.

Following an eventful free agency period and the 2024 NFL Draft, the Titans' roster looks much different, but in a good way. Which players might be feeling some pressure, now, after the bulk of offseason moves have happened?

The Titans' roster is in much better shape than it was a few months ago, and some guys should be feeling the heat

Quarterback: None

The Titans will likely go into the season with all three quarterbacks on the roster. Will Levis is the obvious starter, with Mason Rudolph backing him up. Third on the depth chart is Malik Willis, whom the Titans probably wouldn't want to risk cutting and having another team scoop him up. Therefore, it would make sense for Tennessee to keep all three of them into the regular season.

Running Back: Julius Chestnut

When the team moved on from Derrick Henry, it felt as though his heir apparent was Tyjae Spears. Instead, the Titans went out and signed Tony Pollard, who will step into the starting role, at least for now. There's always a chance Spears takes the job.

Behind those two are Hassan Haskins and Julius Chestnut, but Haskins is ahead of the latter and was also invested into with a fourth-round pick in 2022. If the Titans keep four running backs, then Chestnut has a shot to make it onto the roster. But, he also has a pair of undrafted free agents behind him who will try and give him a run for his money (Dillon Johnson and Jabari Small).