Top 3 players on the Tennessee Titans training camp roster bubble

  • The Titans will start their training camp in late July
  • Dillon Radunz has competition for his roster spot
  • Malik Willis might be worth trading for future NFL Draft picks
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No. 2 Titans player on the training camp roster bubble: Dillon Radunz, OL

Looking back, the Titans' 2021 draft haul wasn't a good one and it's one of the reasons they're no longer the team to beat in the AFC South. At the time, they had a stout defense and an offense that could wear opponents down. But Jon Robinson's inability to replenish the roster is one of the reasons he got kicked to the curb last year.

Even though Robinson struck out with Caleb Farley, the Titans' 2021 class wouldn't have been that bad if he had been able to nail some of his other picks. Spoiler alert: He didn't. One round after drafting Farley, Robinson select North Dakota State guard Dillon Radunz.

Radunz made 32 starts at left tackle for the Bisons and his performance at the Reese's Senior Bowl rose bumped up his stock ahead of the 2021 draft. Tennessee ended up taking him at No. 53 expecting him to solidify the left side of the offseason line. However, his performance has left much to be desired over the last two seasons.

Despite the fact that Radunz has had several chances to prove his worth, he's appeared in 23 games and has only made five starts. The fact that Tennessee gave Andre Dillard a three-year deal worth $30 million to play left tackle could be a sign they might no longer believe in Radunz.

Maybe Radunz could make the move to the interior offensive line but that doesn't guarantee he'll make the 53-man roster, especially when you take into account that 2023 first-round pick Peter Skoronski will tentatively line up at left guard.