With talent so widely dispersed and no conviction about a quarterback anywhere, anything is possible in the first round of Thursday's NFL Draft.
Tennessee made plenty of improvements to the roster in advance of 2013. Our Dave Richard evaluates some of the talent the Titans will offer owners on Draft Day.
The Tennessee Titans have signed former Bills guard Andy Levitre to a long-term deal, according to reports. Levitre is widely considered the top offensive guard in the 2013 free-agency class. He will replace All-Pro guard Steve Hutchinson, who announced his retirement Tuesday.
Titans guard Steve Hutchinson -- a potential Hall of Famer -- is retiring after 12 seasons in the NFL.
With free agency is set to begin later this month, the Tennessee Titans will look to address needs on the interior offensive line, defensive end, running back and in the secondary.
The offseason has just begun, and that means cap season has just kicked in. Jason La Canfora looks at big-name players who will either accept less money to stay or receive walking papers to go.
Heading into the offseason, the Tennessee Titans must address needs at safety, guard, center and defensive end. TE Jared Cook and K Rob Bironas, two prominent veterans, are the Titans' top two priorities among their own free agents.

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