Finishing at the bottom of the AFC North isn't something the Tennessee Titans are used to doing in recent years. But, here we are.
The offseason has gotten into full swing for Tennessee, and as the team searches for a replacement for former head coach Mike Vrabel, they're headed into new territory.
This is a team that would like to get younger, add more speed and versatility to their roster and quite frankly, rebuild.
Over the course of this offseason, we'll see some veterans cut loose whether it be via free agency or simply terminating their contracts. Which five Titans definitely aren't coming back for the 2024 season?
1. Chris Hubbard, OT
Prior to his season ending with a biceps injury in late November, starting right tackle Chris Hubbard was having a pretty strong year. He had given up four sacks, but had not once been penalized and was sufficient against the run.
So, if he had a good season, why would he not return?
It's pretty easy to see that the Titans are heading into a rebuild. Hubbard is going to be 33 years old and is a free agent. The odds of the Titans bringing back a veteran of his age are slim to none, especially with the idea that they're going to say goodbye to both Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry, too.
The draft is where Tennessee will likely find themselves a new starting right tackle, unless they can land one of the top free agents. Even then, the majority of bigger names are a bit older.
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