Levy (hip) participated in the the Lions' first set of offseason workouts, which began on Monday, the Detroit Free Press reports.
It's unclear if Levy, who played just 16 snaps last year, will be cleared to take part in football drills next month, on the plus side, the linebacker -- who racked up an IDP-friendy 151 tackles in 2014 -- maintains that his recovery from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip has been "going great."
Pettigrew (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
After Pettigrew sustained a torn ACL Sunday at St. Louis, the move is merely a bookkeeping measure by the Lions intended to open up a spot on the 53-man roster. The organization will use it to sign a tight end, Bear Pascoe, who is known for his blocking.
Quin underwent surgery this offseason to clean out bone chips in his ankle but expects to be ready for the start of the Lions' offseason program, the Detroit Free Press reports. "I did my surgery, my ankle didn't swell very much," he said. "I was back a lot earlier just from my standpoint than I was last time. Obviously, we'll see what the trainers say and allow me to do when I get back, but it feels a lot better this year than it felt in 2014 when I had it done the first time."
Speaking of "last time," Quin had ligaments repaired in the same ankle after the 2013 season and proceeded to miss the majority of spring workouts during that offseason. Because the procedure was less intrusive this time around, he's confident that the Lions' training staff will clear the cornerback to take part in the initial voluntary workouts next week. Once the fall rolls around, he'll be looking to repeat his 2014 campaign in which he led the NFL with seven interceptions and earned the sole Pro Bowl bid of his career.
Zenner (chest) could experience an uptick in usage next season, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
The release of Joique Bell on Tuesday whittled down the Lions' backfield situation to Ameer Abdullah, Theo Riddick, and Zenner. Assuming the status quo remains after free agency and the draft, Abdullah seems to be the leader in the clubhouse for the top gig, but Riddick's pass-catching prowess leave the door open for the versatile Zenner to have a regular role in the offense. In the preseason, Zenner led all players with 183 rushing yards, and he followed it up with 17 carries for 60 yards and two catches for 11 yards in six regular season contests before his rookie campaign ended when he sustained cracked ribs and a partially collapsed lung in Week 6.
Hunter (ankle) will be placed on the Titans' injured reserve list Monday, The Tennessean reports.
Hunter fractured his right ankle during Sunday's loss to the Panthers, requiring him to have season-ending surgery Monday. In nine games played this season, the third-year wideout managed 22 catches (on 31 targets) for 264 yards and one touchdown. With Hunter out, rookie Dorial Green-Beckham could be more prominently featured in the Titans' offense going forward.
McCluster is out for the year with a broken wrist.
McCluster finishes the season with 247 rushing yards and a touchdown on 55 carries in 11 games. He also added 260 receiving yards and a touchdown on 31 catches. In his absence down the stretch, look for Bishop Sankey (inactive in Week 14) to re-join the Titans' backfield mix.
Titans general manager Jon Robinson would like to keep Mettenberger in Tennessee this coming season despite the offseason acquisition of veteran free agent Matt Cassel, the Nashville Post reports.
Quarterback depth isn't easy to come by in the NFL, and Robinson would prefer to keep his options open behind starter Marcus Mariota rather than deal Mettenberger to a quarterback-needy destination. Mettenberger saw meaningful action in six games last season, but the 24-year-old will have to beat out Cassel then hope for an injury to Mariota in order to have a realistic chance of contributing for the Titans in 2016.
Morgan (shoulder) may not be ready when the Titans begin OTA's in May, John Glennon of The Tennessean reports. "Morgan may be a question mark for OTAs. He may be limited. We'll be smart with him," said coach Mike Mularkey on Wednesday.
Morgan underwent season-ending surgery in December after he suffered a torn labrum in October. He will continue to rehab his shoulder in the meantime and it will become increasingly clear as the offseason progresses whether or not he'll be able to participate in OTAs in May.
Turzilli has been suspended for the first four games of the upcoming season for violating the league's policy on performance enhancing substances.
Turzilli remains eligible to participate in all of the Titans' offseason and preseason activities, but will be sidelined for the first quarter of the coming campaign. As a depth wide receiver, Turzilli's suspension surely doesn't help his chances of making Tennessee's roster this term.