Tennessee Titans

Stadium: Nissan Stadium | Coach: Mike Mularkey
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense30th92.8 (25th)218.9 (25th)
Defense12th112.3 (17th)229.9 (7th)
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 Abdesmad, Mehdi DE6-62829/28/1991RBoston College
26Andrews, Antonio RB5-102258/17/19923Western Kentucky
31Aubrey, Josh DB5-102074/9/19913Stephen F. Austin St.
51Bass, David OLB6-42569/11/19904Missouri Western State
 Bergen, Sam RB6-02363/6/1992RRutgers
95Blackson, Angelo DE6-431811/14/19922Auburn
41Blake, Antwon DB5-91988/9/19905Texas-El Paso
48Brinkley, Beau LS6-42481/25/19905Missouri
 Brutus, Lamarcus SS6-02062/10/1993RFlorida State
 Byard, Kevin SAF5-112168/17/1993RMiddle Tennessee State
 Carlson, Samuel OL6-42804/30/1993RColorado State
99Casey, Jurrell DE6-130512/5/19896USC
16Cassel, Matt QB6-42285/17/198212USC
23Cobb, David RB5-112296/3/19932Minnesota
 Conklin, Jack T6-63258/17/1994RMichigan State
29Cox, Perrish CB6-01901/10/19876Oklahoma State
86Cunningham, Jerome TE6-32505/25/19912Southern Connecticut State
 Dodd, Kevin DE6-52757/14/1992RClemson
83Douglas, Harry WR6-01839/16/19849Louisville
 Ellis, Alex TE6-42402/10/1993RTennessee
80Fasano, Anthony TE6-42554/20/198411Notre Dame
31Fluellen, David RB5-112241/29/19921Toledo
45Fowler, Jalston FB5-112547/26/19902Alabama
69Gallik, Andy C6-23069/24/19912Boston College
49Grant, Curtis LB6-224012/28/19921Ohio State
17Green-Beckham, Dorial WR6-52374/12/19932Oklahoma
 Henry, Derrick RB6-32427/17/1994RAlabama
 Horn, Reece WR6-3215//RIndianapolis
28Huff, Marqueston SS5-111964/6/19923Wyoming
15Hunter, Justin WR6-42035/20/19914Tennessee
 Johnson, Austin NT6-43235/8/1994RPenn State
26Johnson, Rashad DB5-112041/2/19868Alabama
90Jones, DaQuan DE6-432212/17/19913Penn State
60Jones, Ben C6-33087/2/19895Georgia
6Kern, Brett P6-22142/17/19869Toledo
97Klug, Karl DE6-32783/31/19886Iowa
 Lathan, Terrell DE6-52808/2/1993RTexas Christian
77Lewan, Taylor T6-73097/22/19913Michigan
8Mariota, Marcus QB6-422210/30/19932Oregon
 Marz, Tyler T6-53229/9/1992RWisconsin
66Matias, Josue G6-53091/6/19931Florida State
18Matthews, Rishard WR6-021710/12/19895Nevada
16McBride, Tre WR6-021012/1/19922William & Mary
24McCain, Brice DB5-919012/10/19868Utah
22McCluster, Dexter RB5-81708/25/19887Mississippi
30McCourty, Jason CB6-01938/13/19878Rutgers
91Morgan, Derrick OLB6-32611/6/19897Georgia Tech
53Mount, Deiontrez OLB6-52492/26/19932Louisville
29Murray, DeMarco RB6-02172/12/19886Oklahoma
 Okotcha, Bennett DB6-01952/7/1993RTexas-San Antonio
98Orakpo, Brian OLB6-42577/31/19868Texas
51Palmer, Nate LB6-22489/23/19894Illinois State
92Pitoitua, Ropati DE6-82984/6/19857Washington State
75Poehls, William T6-833411/27/19911Montana
73Poutasi, Jeremiah T6-53358/7/19942Utah
 Reed, Kalan DB5-1119512/29/1993RSouthern Mississippi
37Riggs, Cody CB5-918712/28/19912Notre Dame
1Riley, Curtis CB6-01897/18/19922Fresno State
 Ritcher, Nick T6-630412/1/1992RRichmond
 Roberts, Ben WR6-4215//RMontana
 Rosas, Aldrick K6-219512/30/1994RSouthern Oregon
20Sankey, Bishop RB5-102099/15/19923Washington
62Schwenke, Brian C6-33183/22/19914California
21Searcy, Da'Norris SS5-1120711/16/19886North Carolina
 Sharpe, Tajae WR6-218912/23/1994RMassachusetts
 Sims, LeShaun CB6-02039/18/1993RSouthern Utah
 Smith, Michael DE6-428512/18/1992RSouthern Mississippi
60Spain, Quinton G6-43308/7/19912West Virginia
51Spence, Sean LB5-112316/7/19905Miami (Fla.)
39Stafford, Daimion FS6-12182/18/19914Nebraska
57Staples, Justin LB6-424512/10/19893Illinois
88Stevens, Craig TE6-32639/1/19849California
4Succop, Ryan K6-22189/19/19868South Carolina
89Supernaw, Phillip TE6-52481/30/19903Ouachita Baptist
11Tanney, Alex QB6-422011/11/19872Monmouth (Ill.)
41Tavai, J.R. OLB6-12499/23/19931USC
 Tretola, Sebastian G6-43175/1/1992RArkansas
86Turzilli, Andrew WR6-419510/13/19912Rutgers
82Walker, Delanie TE6-02488/12/198411Central Missouri State
 Wallace, Aaron OLB6-32407/8/1993RUCLA
70Warmack, Chance G6-23239/14/19914Alabama
38Webb, B.W. DB5-111905/3/19904William & Mary
54Williamson, Avery ILB6-12463/9/19923Kentucky
 Woods, Antwaun DT6-03231/3/1993RUSC
96Woods, Al NT6-43073/25/19877Louisiana State
59Woodyard, Wesley ILB6-02337/21/19869Kentucky
25Wreh-Wilson, Blidi FS6-119812/5/19894Connecticut
13Wright, Kendall WR5-1019111/12/19895Baylor
Injured Players
76Bell, Byron (IR) T6-53401/17/19896New Mexico
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Position Listing
Jalston Fowler
Fowler rushed once for one yard and caught his only target for a one-yard touchdown in Sunday's 24-21 loss to Oakland.

The rookie fullback out of Alabama is a versatile player who can present mismatches for defenses near the goal line, as demonstrated by his two touchdowns this season. Fowler would hold more value if Tennessee's offense could get the ball into scoring position more often, but his lack of touches in general makes him a fringe player in his current role.

Da'Norris Searcy
The Titans have agreed to a four-year deal with safety Da'Norris Searcy worth $24 million, NFL.com reports.

Searcy is set to make $10.5 million guaranteed under the terms of the deal. He recorded 65 tackles and racked up a career-high three interceptions with the Bills last season.

Jurrell Casey
Casey recorded a season-high seven tackles (two solo), with one for loss Sunday against the Jets.

New York's offensive line mostly did a solid job of keeping Casey out of their backfield, but the defensive lineman still found a way to make an imprint on the game by being active as a tackler. This performance puts Casey on pace for 53 tackles, which makes sense considering the 26-year-old has recorded between 52 and 55 in three of his first four NFL seasons.

Curtis Riley
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Austin Johnson
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Alex Ellis
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Sebastian Tretola
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Kevin Dodd
Foot - Questionable for start of season
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Anthony Fasano
Fasano was targeted seven times, but came away with just two catches for 21 yards in Sunday's loss to the Texans.

Fasano has topped three catches just once all season. The second-string tight end is consistent if nothing else, as he has finished with between 18 and 26 receiving yards seven times this season.

Chance Warmack
Titans right tackle Chance Warmack, who sprained his knee Sunday in Cleveland, will not play in Week 3 against Indianpolis, per ESPN.

He was on crutches after the loss to the Browns.

Ken Whisenhunt said Monday that Jamon Meredith, who replaced Warmack after he went down, will continue to start at that position.

Avery Williamson
Williamson will see increased competition for playing time at inside linebacker from the newly-signed Sean Spence, the Titans' official site reports.

Williamson, who started all 16 games last season, is probably ahead of both Spence and Wesley Woodyard on the depth chart at the moment, but he won't be able to afford any slip-ups with three capable options competing for two starting spots in the Titans' 3-4 scheme.

Perrish Cox
Cox (hamstring) is listed as active for Thursday's game against the Jaguars.

With Jason McCourty on IR and and Blidi Wreh-Wilson ruled out this week, Cox -- who has 12 tackles and a pick in six games to date -- is in line to work at cornerback opposite Coty Sensabaugh in his return to action Thursday.

David Fluellen
The Colts have pared down their roster to 53 on Saturday by cutting 17 players and making other moves.

The offensive players on the list are running back David Fluellen, quarterback Chandler Harnish, wide receivers Ryan Lankford and Josh Lenz, center FN Lutz, tight ends Weslye Saunders and Erik Swoope and guard Josh Walker.

The defensive players let go by Indianapolis are ends Gannon Conway and Tyler Hoover, linebackers Rob Ruggiero, Kelvin Sheppard, Phillip Hunt and Andrew Jackson, safety Dewey McDonald, tackles Brandon McKinney and Nnamdi Obukwelu and cornerback Sheldon Price.

The Colts waived/injured tackle Matt Hall and safety Delano Howell and placed linebacker Robert Mathis on the reserve/suspended list.

Wesley Woodyard
The Titans have signed Sean Spence to compete with Woodyard and Avery Williamson at the inside linebacker position, the team's official site reports.

Spence is a special-teams standout who has also started 13 games over the past two seasons, making him a viable alternative should either of Tennesee's 2015 starters at the position struggle early in the new campaign. Woodyard should slot in ahead of Spence on the depth chart if he can stay healthy, but the veteran linebacker can't afford a dip in level at age 29.

Nick Ritcher
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Aaron Wallace
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Tre McBride
McBride caught 2-of-3 targets for eight yards and his first career touchdown in Sunday's blowout loss to the Texans.

McBride's touchdown came with the Titans trailing 34-0 in the fourth quarter, but it was a special moment nonetheless for the seventh-round pick out of William & Mary. He saw increased opportunities after Kendall Wright left the game with a knee injury, and could be in line for extended work if the 3-12 Titans opt to use their Week 17 matchup with the Colts as an opportunity to take a closer look at their younger players.

Harry Douglas
Douglas (ankle) led the Titans with 79 receiving yards while catching 6-of-12 targets, but also lost a fumble in Sunday's blowout loss to Houston.

The Titans trailed 34-0 after three quarters, so a lot of Douglas' production was of the garbage time variety. Still, it was encouraging to see the former Falcon receive 12 targets while fellow wide receivers Kendall Wright, Tre McBride, and Dorial Green-Beckham combined for just nine. Wright left early with a knee injury, and Douglas should once again garner plenty of attention in the passing game should Wright be forced to miss the team's Week 17 contest in Indianapolis.

DaQuan Jones
Titans defensive tackle DaQuan Jones just got a promotion, and like anyone would be, he's happy about it, The Tennessean reports.

Jones is eager to showcase why he deserves his starting role, but he's also very aware that the season is a long ways ahead and anything can happen between now and then.

"I'm happy to go into the (OTAs) as a starter, but I know that nothing is set in stone and I know there's plenty of competition for that job," said Jones. "So now I'm just trying to make the most of my opportunity."

Jones, a fourth-round pick last season, played sparingly in the beginning of his rookie year -- appearing in just four of the team's first 13 games. He improved toward the end of the season and got his first start during the last game of the year against the Colts. Jones said he wants to continue to improve and show he can be a force on the defensive line.

"Right now I'm trying to work a lot on my base technique, trying to shed blocks faster and make plays," Jones said. "I'm trying to go into the season and be a playmaker."

Kevin Byard
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Antwaun Woods
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Ben Roberts
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Jerome Cunningham
Cunningham was claimed off waivers by the Titans.

This marks Cunningham's third team this calendar year, as the tight end was once waived by the Giants before getting the ax from the Jets on Tuesday. In nine games last season, the Southern Connecticut State product caught just eight passes for 59 yards. Now in Tennessee, Cunningham will provide depth behind Delanie Walker, Anthony Fasano, and Craig Stevens.

William Poehls
The Titans dumped 20 players Saturday to pare their roster down to the required 53 for the regular season.

Tennessee cut the following players: T Jeff Adams, CB Ri'Shard Anderson, RB Antonio Andrews, DL Chigbo Anunoby, K Maikon Bonani, CB Tommie Campbell, TE Chase Coffman, LB Brandon Copeland, QB Dominique Davis, DE Marcus Dixon, LB Moise Fokou, WR Marc Mariani, G Justin McCray, FB Collin Mooney, OL Eric Olsen, T William Poehls, WR Rico Richardson, WR Brian Robiskie, TE Jason Schepler and CB Winston Wright.
Jeremiah Poutasi
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Bishop Sankey
Sankey may have to compete for a roster spot, ESPN.com reports.

The Titans made a huge investment in the running back position this offseason, trading for DeMarco Murray and then drafting Derrick Henry. A second-round bust through two seasons, Sankey will likely have to compete with David Cobb, Antonio Andrews and Dexter McCluster for one or two roster spots. McCluster's receiving ability and general versatility should work in his favor, whereas Sankey, Cobb and Andrews don't really offer anything that the Murray-Henry can't bring to the table.

Matt Cassel
Cassel is the clear favorite to back up Marcus Mariota after the Titans waived fellow quarterback Zach Mettenberger on Monday.

Cassel brings veteran experience in the locker room, and has proven capable of holding his own at the NFL level in the past. The soon-to-be 34-year-old got a nice early birthday present with Mettenberger's departure, especially since Mariota did miss four games last year due to injury.

Cody Riggs
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Phillip Supernaw
Supernaw (groin) is active Sunday against the Colts.

After popping up on the injury report Saturday, he'll see time on the field behind Delanie Walker and Anthony Fasano. On the season, Supernaw has only been on the field for 65 snaps, and he's caught three passes for 32 yards.

Taylor Lewan
After an up-and-down rookie campaign that saw him break into the starting lineup only to miss the last handful of games with an injury, Titans tackle Taylor Lewan is ready to make an impact in his second season, per The Tennessean. 

Lewan will enter the season as the team's starting left tackle, and he will have to improve his play both in order to protect likely starter Marcus Mariota and lift a run game that rushed for 100 yards or less in 12 games. 

"I know what to expect now in year two," Lewan said. "I know the things I have to do to be successful, at least more than what I did last year. My job isn't necessarily telling guys what to do, but try and win every single sprint, try and lift the most weight, do the best in my blocking techniques. If anybody wants to be a leader, I think that is where you start."

Al Woods
The Titans signed defensive lineman Al Woods to a two-year deal Wednesday, ending his two-year run with the Steelers. Woods' contract will pay him $5 million over two years, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Woods is coming off the most productive season of his career, as he played in all 16 games for the first time in four seasons. He picked up 16 tackles and two sacks, the latter of which represents a career-high for the 26-year-old. 

Tyler Marz
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Josue Matias
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Brian Schwenke
Titans centers Brian Schwenke and Andy Gallik were unable to practice on Monday due to injuries, according to The Tennessean

Both are dealing with hamstring injuries. With those two out of the OTA practice, left guard Andy Levitre filled in at center. 

Nate Palmer
Palmer has been released by the Packers, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Palmer started 10 games at inside linebacker last season, registering 68 tackles for the Packers. However, with then-rookie Jake Ryan eventually taking his starting gig, and fellow linebacker Sam Barrington slated to return this season, Palmer became more expendable, even if his position is still one the Packers will likely address in the draft.

Brian Orakpo
Orakpo recorded his seventh sack of the season to go along with three tackles (two solo) and a pass defended Thursday in Jacksonville.

Orakpo's performance in recent weeks has validated Tennessee's offseason investment in him. The former Redskin now has five sacks in his last four contests to lead an underrated Titans defensive unit.

Dorial Green-Beckham
Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said Green-Beckham is not a lock to open the season as Tennessee's starting X receiver, The Tennessean reports. "That all depends on him," Mularkey said when asked to assess Green-Beckham's upside. "How effective is he out here, first? And then we get into these preseason games, see how much we can load him up. We also know we've got some other options too that will be competing with him. So it's not a for sure he's lining up at 'X' for us on opening Sunday.

With Kendall Wright presumably manning the slot and offseason acquisition Rishard Matthews expected to handle one starting job on the outside, Green-Beckham will likely compete with Harry Douglas and (maybe) Justin Hunter (ankle) for the other starting spot. The competition isn't exactly fierce, and Green-Beckham showed flashes of his immense talent late last season, topping 100 yards two times in a three-week span. While a clear favorite to start, DGB does have serious competition for touches/targets, as the Titans also have an impressive tight end in Delanie Walker, and they've made no secret of their desire to establish a power running game with DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry. With so many first or second-year players and new acquisitions, the Tennessee offense will bear close watching throughout training camp and the preseason.

Angelo Blackson
The Titans have signed four more of their draft picks on Wednesday including: Angelo Blackson, Andy Galilk, Tre McBride and Deiontrez Mount, the team announced.

Kendall Wright
Wright finished 2015 with just 36 catches for a career-low 408 yards and three touchdowns after missing Tennessee's Week 17 game in Indianapolis.

Wright started strong, accruing more than half of his season yardage and two of his three scores in the first three weeks. Various maladies significantly limited his effectiveness the rest of the season, though, and Wright finished with career-low totals in yards and games played. Wright will be returning to the Titans for a fifth year, and he and fantasy owners alike are surely hoping that better health allows the receiver to re-create the early-season chemistry he showed with quarterback Marcus Mariota.

B.W. Webb
Webb led the Titans with eight tackles (seven solo) Sunday against the Jets.

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick consistently picked on Webb over Tennessee's other corners, so the high number of tackles was a result of consistently getting beaten by receivers rather than some positive revelation from Webb. Don't be surprised if Webb quickly fades back into obscurity.

Tajae Sharpe
Sharpe has impressed coach Mike Mularkey with his ability to catch the ball and run polished routes, earning some first-team reps as a result, Jason Wolf of the Tennessean reports.

It appears the Titans found a steal in the fifth round this offseason, as Sharpe continues to prove that his incredibly productive time at Massachusetts was no fluke. The wiry rookie is still fighting an uphill battle to earn significant playing time among a deep Titans receiving corps, but he's quickly closing the gap on expected leading options Kendall Wright, Dorial Green-Beckham and Rishard Matthews.

Blidi Wreh-Wilson
Wreh-Wilson (hamstring) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Jaguars.

With Wreh-Wilson out and Jason McCourty now on IR, the Titans' secondary is banged up in advance of Thursday's game, but fortunately for the team, fellow cornerback Perrish Cox is back in the mix this week, after sitting out Week 10's action.

Rishard Matthews
Matthews has agreed to a three-year contract with the Titans, Rand Getlin of NFL Network reports.

Matthews caught 43 passes for 662 yards and four touchdowns in 2016 with Miami. That would have led the Titans in receiving last season, as Dorial Green-Beckham led Tennessee's wide receiving corps in yards with 549 (tight end Delanie Walker caught 94 passes for 1,088 yards as the top overall target). Look for him to take a major role in Tennessee's passing offense.

Reece Horn
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Craig Stevens
Stevens re-signed with the Titans on Thursday.

The details of Stevens' contract have yet to be revealed, but the blocking tight end will be returning to the Titans for his ninth season. He hauled in 12 receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns last season. Stevens isn't generally a factor in fantasy formats due to the presence of better pass catching options such as Delanie Walker at tight end.

Josh Aubrey
The following players have been ruled as inactive for the Texans in Week 17 against Jacksonville: Tight end Garrett Graham (ankle), inside linebacker Mike Mohamed (concussion), wide receiver DeVier Posey (calf), quarterback Tom Savage (knee), safety Josh Aubrey, offensive tackle Xavier Su'a-Filo and outside linebacker Jason Ankrah.
Michael Smith
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Antwon Blake
The Titans and Blake agreed to a contract Thursday, Jason Wolf of The Tennessean reports.

One of six players to notch at least 75 tackles and 11 passes defended last season, Blake will take his talents from Pittsburgh to Tennessee, where he'll join forces with fellow cornerbacks Perrish Cox and Brice McCain. In addition to the aforementioned production, Blake recorded two touchdowns (including one pick-six), one sack, and one forced fumble across 16 games.

Justin Hunter
Hunter comes into camp motivated in his contract year, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

Hunter's lack of focus has often been blamed for the physically gifted receiver's inability to make a major impact since being drafted 34th overall in 2013, but he'll have to put up or shut up with his deal set to expire after this coming season. He'll need to beat out experienced vets like Kendall Wright and Harry Douglas, as well as young up-and-comers like Dorial Green-Beckham and Tajae Sharpe to make an impact for the Titans, but it seems like coach Mike Mularkey is willing to at least give the talented wideout the opportunity to do so. The rest is up to Hunter.

Ben Jones
Every player listed as "probable" on the Texans injury report is active Thursday against the Colts. 

Studs like J.J. Watt, Arian Foster and Brian Cushing will play. Alfred Blue and Ryan Fitzpatrick were also cleared. 

The club will also have A.J. Bouye, Akeem Dent, Tim Jamison, Damaris Johnson, Ben Jones, Johnathan Joseph, Shane Lechler, Derek Newton, Ryan Pickett, Eddie Pleasant, D.J. Swearinger and Jeff Tarpinian available for the contest. All 12 players were listed as probable entering the game. 

Samuel Carlson
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Ropati Pitoitua
The Titans declared quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder), defensive back Jemea Thomas, linebacker Dontay Moch, offensive tackles Taylor Lewan (ankle) and Terren Jones (concussion), wideout Rico Richardson and defensive end Ropati Pitoitua inactive for Sunday's game against the Colts.

Quarterback Charlie Whitehurst will make his second straight start.

Brice McCain
McCain has signed a two-year deal with the Titans, the Tennessean reports.

Per the report, the cornerback's deal carries a base value of $4.4 million, with a maximum worth of $5 million. The addition of McCain bolsters the Titans' depth at cornerback behind starters Jason McCourty and Perrish Cox. The 29-year-old is coming off a 2015 season in which he recorded 39 tackles and a pick in 14 games for the Dolphins, including 11 starts.

Lamarcus Brutus
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Jason McCourty
McCourty is healthy after missing most of last season, the Titans' official site reports.

McCourty missed 12 contests during 2015 with a sports hernia injury that required a pair of surgeries. He is assuredly Tennessee's best cover corner, and his return should only improve a secondary that allowed the seventh-fewest passing yards per game in 2015. Parrish Cox and Brice McCain will be in competition for the starting CB job opposite McCourty.

Derrick Henry
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David Cobb
Cobb has dropped seven pounds since last season, the Titans' official site reports.

A 2015 fifth-round draft pick, Cobb had a shot to earn a significant role as a rookie, but he was ultimately derailed by injuries and perhaps poor conditioning. His skill set as a power runner now appears redundant on the Titans roster, after the team acquired DeMarco Murray and second-round rookie Derrick Henry in the offseason. Cobb is thus left to battle with Antonio Andrews and Bishop Sankey for what will likely be one roster spot, if that. Dexter McCluster, as a passing-down specialist, appears to be the best roster fit alongside Murray and Henry. If he doesn't make the team in Tennessee, Cobb could still draw interest from other organizations before the season begins. There's also always a shot injuries could open things up for him with the Titans.

Delanie Walker
Walker signed a two-year, $14.7 million contract extension with the Titans on Friday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Walker led the Titans and all NFL tight ends in receptions last season, turning 94 catches into 1,088 receiving yards and six touchdowns, a performance that earned him a trip to the 2015 Pro Bowl. Tennessee appears to be embracing a ground-and-pound philosophy, adding Derrick Henry to a backfield that already included DeMarco Murray, but Walker will likely remain the team's top aerial threat in 2016-17.

LeShaun Sims
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Karl Klug
The Titans announced five signings, which includes bringing on former Redskins defensive end Brian Orakpo

The Titans also made official the signings of outside linebacker Derrick Morgan, tight end Anthony Fasano, kicker Ryan Succop and defensive end Karl Klug

Earlier Friday, FOX Sports 1 reported that Orakpo agreed to a four-year, $32 million deal with the Titans. Orakpo was the 13th overall pick in the 2009 draft and made Pro Bowls in 2009, 2010 and 2013.

Morgan re-signed with the Titans on a four-year, $30 million deal, according to CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. The Titans took him 16th overall in the 2010 draft. 

Fasano caught 25 passes for 226 yards and four touchdowns with the Chiefs a year ago. After five years with the Chiefs, Succop hit 19 of 22 on field goals and a perfect 27 of 27 on extra points in his first year with the Titans in 2014.

Klug, a fifth-round pick in 2011, re-signed with the Titans to a long-term deal. In four seasons with Tennessee, he's recorded 101 tackles, 14.5 sacks and four forced fumbles.

Curtis Grant
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Justin Staples
The Titans have promoted Justin Staples to their live roster and added fellow linebacker Yawin Smallwood to their practice squad.

Staples, who was previously with Cleveland, has yet to play a down in the NFL. Smallwood was cut before the regular season by Atlanta.

David Bass
Bears safety Chris Conte will miss Sunday's game against the Vikings with a back injury. Conte was unable to practice all week. He played 12 games this season, recording 43 tackles and three interceptions. Also out are quarterback Jimmy Clausen (concussion) and kicker Robbie Gould (quad).

Defensive end Jared Allen (ribs), defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff, and cornerback Al Lewis-Jean (hamstring) are all listed a questionable for Sunday.

David Bass (knee), Ego Ferguson (ankle), Kyle Long (hip) and Marquess Wilson (knee) are all listed as probable.

The Bears are 6-point underdogs for Sunday's game.

Alex Tanney
Tanney has been added to the Titans' active roster.

Tanney was signed off the Colts' practice to provide the Titans with added QB depth in advance of Week 16, with Marcus Mariota out this week.

Terrell Lathan
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Ryan Succop
Succop didn't attempt a kick against the Texans on Sunday.

Succop once again fell victim to the Titans' offensive ineptitude, as they failed to get in scoring position until the fourth quarter. When Tennessee finally scored their first points of the game in the final two minutes, they opted to go for 2 with the game well out of reach. The seventh-year kicker out of South Carolina has attempted just 15 field goals and 28 extra points despite playing in all 15 games for the Titans so far this season.

Daimion Stafford
The Titans will have both Kendall Wright and Delanie Walker Week 16 against the Jaguars.

Both players came into the game listed as questionable. Wright is dealing with a hand injury. Walker has a knee issue. Both players will attempt to play through their injuries.

The team will also have Byron Stingily and Kamerion Wimbley. Both Stingily and Wimbley were listed as questionable. Daimion Stafford, who came into the contest listed as probable, will also be available. 

Marcus Mariota
Mariota has only gained about five pounds this offseason, TitansInsider.com reports.

A previous report said Mariota played at 210 pounds as a rookie, but it turns out he was actually closer to 220. He now checks in at 225, hoping that the slight increase will help him stay healthy for 16 games. Despite finishing with a surprisingly low total of 34 carries (for 252 yards and 2 TDs) in 12 appearances, Mariota took a lot of hits last season while playing behind a shaky offensive line. The Titans responded by heavily investing in their offense during the offseason, notably adding RB DeMarco Murray, WR Rishard Matthews and C Ben Jones, then using early draft picks to select OT Jack Conklin (eighth overall) and RB Derrick Henry (45th). The team clearly plans to run the ball much more often than it did last season, but any drop in Mariota's passing volume should be offset by improved efficiency, increased rushing production and/or a bump in scoring opportunities. It would also help his cause if the team were generally more competitive, as last season's lack of carries may have partially resulted from the Titans' desire to avoid a serious injury to their franchise centerpiece during a clear rebuilding year. With the roster now decent enough to at least dream of a playoff appearance, Mariota should get to deploy his 4.52 speed a bit more often.

Rashad Johnson
Johnson has signed a one-year deal with the Titans, ESPN's Josina Anderson reports.

Despite missing two games last year due to an ankle injury, Johnson put up solid numbers at safety for the Cardinals, amassing 61 tackles (50 solo) and five interceptions. With the Cardinals appearing disinterested in re-signing their safety during the offseason due to age concerns, the 30-year-old safety will likely battle with former fourth-round pick Marqueston Huff for the starting free safety spot in what amounts to a "prove-it" type deal.

Dexter McCluster
Titans coach Mike Mularkey indicated Friday that McCluster's roster spot is safe despite the offseason additions of DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry at the running back position, John Glennon of the Tennessean reports.

McCluster's receiving ability and elusiveness out of the backfield differentiate him from more traditional options like David Cobb or Antonio Andrews. While Murray and Henry will likely get the lion's share of touches, the diminutive running back should still see the field in a change-of-pace role similar to the one he played in 2015.

Sean Spence
Spence agreed to terms with the Titans on Wednesday.

A third-round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft, Spence emerged as a key backup for the Steelers the past two seasons, recording 90 combined tackles in 2014 and 2015. He should help on special teams in Tennessee, and he may even compete with Wesley Woodyard for a starting spot alongside Avery Williamson.

Derrick Morgan
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.

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Antonio Andrews
The Titans acquired running back DeMarco Murray from the Eagles on Wednesday, the team's official site reports.

Less than a week after signing Andrews to a one-year extension, the Titans made a move that promises to significantly limit his playing time. Andrews rushed for 520 yards and three touchdowns while splitting time with Bishop Sankey, Dexter McCluster and David Cobb last season, but he doesn't figure to approach those totals as long as Murray stays healthy.

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Deiontrez Mount
The Titans have signed four more of their draft picks on Wednesday including: Angelo Blackson, Andy Galilk, Tre McBride and Deiontrez Mount, the team announced.

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Andy Gallik
Titans centers Brian Schwenke and Andy Gallik were unable to practice on Monday due to injuries, according to The Tennessean

Both are dealing with hamstring injuries. With those two out of the OTA practice, left guard Andy Levitre filled in at center. 

Andrew Turzilli
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.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 5 at Miami
Byron Bell
The Titans have agreed to terms with offensive tackle Byron Bell, the team announced Wednesday. Bell spent the first four seasons of his career with the Panthers, starting 56 of a possible 64 games. He only missed two games with injuries in his time with Carolina.
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Marqueston Huff
The Titans have ruled out outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) for Sunday's contest against the Giants. Wimbley was the only players ruled out for the game, while defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and guard Chance Warmack (ankle) were the only players designated as probable.

Meanwhile, offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle), quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder), tackle Michael Oher (toe), cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) and wide receiver Kendall Wright (hand) were all deemed as questionable.

DeMarco Murray
Murray will still be the primary piece of Tennessee's 2016 rushing attack despite the team's second-round selection of Heisman-winning running back Derrick Henryin the draft, the Titans official site reports.

Murray was assured by coach Mike Mularkey in the wake of the pick that he will still be the team's workhorse running back, and it's tough not to believe him considering the Titans just traded for the 28-year-old and his $6,000,000 salary this offseason. Henry put up gaudy rushing totals playing behind an overpowering Alabama offensive line last season, but it looks like he'll have to settle for a secondary role as a rookie unless Murray slips up.

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Brett Kern
Titans punter Brett Kern has been re-signed to a five-year, $15 million contract, according to The Tennessean. The team later confirmed the report.

Kern, 29, began his career with the Broncos before joining the Titans in 2009.  He holds multiple franchise records including gross punting average (44.9 yards) and net punting average (40.0).  

He finished fifth in the NFL in gross punting average in 2015 with a mark of 46.8 yards.  Kern was set to be a free agent on Tuesday had the Titans not re-signed him.

Beau Brinkley
The Titans have brought back long snapper Beau Brinkley with a new contract, the organization announced on Sunday. 

Brinkley has appeared in every game for the Titans since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2012. The Tennessean reported Brinkley's deal is for five years and worth $5.75 million

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