|Offense||30th||92.8 (25th)||218.9 (25th)|
|Defense||12th||112.3 (17th)||229.9 (7th)|
|26||Andrews, Antonio||RB||5-10||225||8/17/1992||2||Western Kentucky|
|31||Aubrey, Josh||DB||5-10||207||4/9/1991||3||Stephen F. Austin St.|
|51||Bass, David||OLB||6-4||256||9/11/1990||3||Missouri Western State|
|76||Bell, Byron||T||6-5||340||1/17/1989||5||New Mexico|
|55||Brown, Zach||ILB||6-1||248||10/23/1989||4||North Carolina|
|29||Cox, Perrish||CB||6-0||190||1/10/1987||5||Oklahoma State|
|80||Fasano, Anthony||TE||6-4||255||4/20/1984||10||Notre Dame|
|69||Gallik, Andy||C||6-2||306||9/24/1991||R||Boston College|
|94||Hill, Sammie Lee||NT||6-4||328||11/8/1986||7||Stillman|
|90||Jones, DaQuan||DE||6-4||322||12/17/1991||2||Penn State|
|78||Looney, Joe||G||6-3||315||8/31/1990||4||Wake Forest|
|16||McBride, Tre||WR||6-0||210||12/1/1992||R||William & Mary|
|79||Meredith, Jamon||G||6-5||312||5/11/1986||7||South Carolina|
|7||Mettenberger, Zach||QB||6-5||224||7/16/1991||2||Louisiana State|
|92||Pitoitua, Ropati||DE||6-8||298||4/6/1985||6||Washington State|
|37||Riggs, Cody||CB||5-9||187||12/28/1991||R||Notre Dame|
|21||Searcy, Da'Norris||SS||5-11||207||11/16/1988||5||North Carolina|
|60||Spain, Quinton||G||6-4||330||8/7/1991||R||West Virginia|
|4||Succop, Ryan||K||6-2||218||9/19/1986||7||South Carolina|
|89||Supernaw, Phillip||TE||6-5||248||1/30/1990||2||Ouachita Baptist|
|11||Tanney, Alex||QB||6-4||220||11/11/1987||2||Monmouth (Ill.)|
|82||Walker, Delanie||TE||6-0||248||8/12/1984||10||Central Missouri State|
|38||Webb, B.W.||DB||5-11||190||5/3/1990||3||William & Mary|
|96||Woods, Al||NT||6-4||307||3/25/1987||6||Louisiana State|
|40||Cudjoe-Virgil, Yannik (IR)||OLB||6-2||248||11/28/1992||R||Maryland|
|42||Dickerson, Dorin (IR)||TE||6-1||226||3/31/1988||4||Pittsburgh|
|32||Harris, Brandon (IR)||DB||5-10||189||1/24/1990||5||Miami (Fla.)|
|15||Hunter, Justin (IR)||WR||6-4||203||5/20/1991||3||Tennessee|
|93||Martin, Mike (IR)||DE||6-1||298||9/1/1990||4||Michigan|
|22||McCluster, Dexter (IR)||RB||5-8||170||8/25/1988||6||Mississippi|
|30||McCourty, Jason (IR)||CB||6-0||193||8/13/1987||7||Rutgers|
|91||Morgan, Derrick (IR)||OLB||6-3||261||1/6/1989||6||Georgia Tech|
|53||Mount, Deiontrez (IR)||OLB||6-5||249||2/26/1993||R||Louisville|
|Riley, Curtis (IR)||CB||6-0||189||7/18/1992||R||Fresno State|
|62||Schwenke, Brian (IR)||C||6-3||318||3/22/1991||3||California|
|66||Matias, Josue||G||6-5||309||1/6/1993||R||Florida State|
|Lutman, Gavin||WR||6-2||211||3/27/1991||R||Pittsburg State|
|Farrell, Dillon||G||6-5||303||9/7/1990||2||New Mexico|
|Renner, Bryn||QB||6-3||225||1/22/1990||1||North Carolina|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
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.
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.
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.
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.
Williamson has been one of the few bright spots in a disappointing season for the Titans. The linebacker ranks among the team's standout defenders week in and week out, and now has 68 total tackles and 3.5 sacks in his second NFL season.
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.
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 29-year-old linebacker has an impressive 28 combined tackles over the past three weeks.
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.
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.
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."
Sensabaugh was already a starter with Perrish Cox (hamstring) out, but he was thrust into an even larger role when Jason McCourty went down with a hamstring injury during the game. If neither McCourty nor Cox can go next week, Sensabaugh will most likely see a ton of action against DeAndre Hopkins and the Texans.
Before leaving the contest, Mettenberger had completed 5-of-13 passes for 38 yards and an interception while rushing twice for 4 yards and a touchdown. In his absence, Alex Tanney has taken over quarterback duties for the Titans.
Sankey played exactly 30 snaps in Sunday's loss to the Texans, taking advantage of his team's massive deficit, in combination with Antonio Andrews' miscues. Sankey figures to get most of the passing-down work in Week 17, but it shouldn't actually be assumed that he'll go over 30 snaps. Andrews and David Cobb are probably still the better bets for early-down work.
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.
Renner was just promoted from the practice squad to the active roster last weekend, but the Ravens decided to let him go to open up a spot for fellow quarterback Ryan Mallett.
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."
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.
Both are dealing with hamstring injuries. With those two out of the OTA practice, left guard Andy Levitre filled in at center.
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.
Green-Beckham faded down the stretch with just 21 receiving yards in his last two games after a productive stretch that saw him catch 14 balls for 285 yards over a three-game span. There's no questioning Green-Beckham's raw talent, and his massive frame should make him an elite red zone threat for years to come.
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.
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.
Dickerson spent the 2014 season on injured reserve and faces a high likelihood of doing the same this year.
In a corresponding move, the Patriots claimed fellow wideout Leonard Hankerson, with Johnson -- who carried just once for six yards during his brief stint with the Patriots -- now looking for a new depth wideout/return role.
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.
Stevens has just 12 receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns this season. The tight end is an afterthought in a terrible offense.
Martin played at about 318 pounds in 2014. He says he's dropped to around 290 to 295 pounds this offseason.
"I'm feeling really great," Martin said. "I've got my weight back down to where I was in college. I'm feeling a lot better than I did and I'm moving better."
Martin, who's entering a contract season, says the drop in weight is already paying dividends as his conditioning has already improved.
"It's a big-time difference," Martin said. "The way I'm moving on the field, I'm real explosive and quick, and I'm not getting winded. I remember last year, after like five or six plays, I'd be winded. That was with an extra 20 pounds."
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.
Quarterback Charlie Whitehurst will make his second straight start.
McCourty was limited to just four games played this season after an initial groin surgery in August put him behind schedule early in the campaign. Since re-injuring his groin, McCourty has missed the Titans' past two games, and will now be placed on season-ending injured reserve. With McCourty out, Coty Sensabaugh figures to continue to see extensive playing time opposite Perrish Cox at cornerback.
The team has signed veteran center Fernando Velasco to take his place on the roster.
Harris participated in 11 games last season after playing in all 16 in 2013.
Cobb accounted for exactly half of his season rushing total in what was by far his best career performance. His 2.8 yards-per-carry mark in 2015 leaves a lot to be desired, although being part of an atrocious Titans offense couldn't have made life easy for the rookie. Hopefully he can ride the momentum of this strong finish to early success next season.
Walker was often the lone bright spot in Tennessee's otherwise stale offense, and his stats back that up. He becomes the first tight end in franchise history to eclipse 1000 receiving yards, and the 31-year-old's 94 catches blow his previous career high of 63 out of the water.
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.
The Bears are 6-point underdogs for Sunday's game.
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.
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.
Expectations were high for Mariota after the Titans selected him second overall in the 2015 NFL Draft, but his rookie season left many questions unanswered. He was unsurprisingly inconsistent, throwing for three or more touchdowns in a game four times, but also failing to pass for a score on five occasions. Mariota developed a reputation as a dual-threat quarterback at Oregon, so his relatively pedestrian rushing total was disappointing, although knee injuries that forced him to miss four games surely inhibited his running ability at times. The 22-year-old's future looks bright, and the Titans could greatly aid his development by acquiring another strong target in the passing game to play alongside tight end Delanie Walker.
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.
Morgan, who was inactive for the Titans' last three games, is undergoing shoulder surgery Monday, with his 2015 season thus concluded. In 10 games to date, the linebacker recorded 24 tackles and 4.5 sacks.
The 19th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, Griffin played 14 or more games in each of his nine years in Tennessee. The 31-year-old safety is coming off back-to-back seasons with 100+ tackles, but he's become a liability in coverage and was scheduled for an $8.3 million cap hit in 2016. If he's able to land a starting gig elsewhere, he could still be a productive IDP.
Hyde, Johnson and Brock were all ruled out for Saturday's game on the team's final report, but Brooks joins them on the inactive list after being deemed questionable. The team will have running back Frank Gore and wide receiver Michael Crabtree active for the game.
The 49ers are a 1-point favorite for the Saturday night showdown with the Chargers.
Andrews didn't get anther carry after Houston's Quintin Demps took his opening-possession fumble 33 yards to the house. Tennessee's offense fared no better without his involvement, as Bishop Sankey and David Cobb combined for just 29 rushing yards. None of the three make for particularly appealing options against the desperate Colts next week.
He'll compete for playing time as an inside linebacker in Denver's 3-4 defense.
The defense was kept busy in this one, but Brown was up to the task. His role upon the return of Avery Williamson (hamstring) is unclear, but Brown should continue to pile up tackles as long as Williamson is out.
Titans interim head coach Mike Mularkey was was impressed that Turzilli, a 2015 undrafted free agent out of Rutgers, picked up the offense so quickly. "The first catch he had, we had just put that concept in. We hadn't had that concept in all year, so it was good to see him make a play on a difficult coverage," said the coach.
To replace him on the roster, the team signed defensive end Greg Hickman, who last saw action with Winnipeg of the Canadian Football League.
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.
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.
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.
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