|Offense||6th||137.0 (6th)||233.0 (15th)|
|Defense||23rd||104.0 (17th)||230.5 (20th)|
|31||Byard, Kevin||FS||5-11||212||8/17/1993||2||Middle Tennessee|
|99||Casey, Jurrell||DE||6-1||305||12/5/1989||7||Southern California|
|16||Cassel, Matt||QB||6-4||228||5/17/1982||13||Southern California|
|78||Conklin, Jack||T||6-6||308||8/17/1994||2||Michigan State|
|37||Cyprien, Johnathan||SS||6-0||223||7/29/1990||5||Florida International|
|84||Davis, Corey||WR||6-3||209||1/11/1995||R||Western Michigan|
|25||Jackson, Adoree'||CB||5-11||185||9/18/1995||R||Southern California|
|94||Johnson, Austin||NT||6-4||314||5/8/1994||2||Penn State|
|90||Jones, DaQuan||DE||6-4||322||12/27/1991||4||Penn State|
|64||Kline, Josh||G||6-3||300||12/29/1989||5||Kent State|
|91||Morgan, Derrick||OLB||6-4||261||1/6/1989||8||Georgia Tech|
|50||Palmer, Nate||LB||6-2||248||9/23/1989||5||Illinois State|
|Pascal, Zach||WR||6-2||219||12/18/1994||R||Old Dominion|
|24||Reed, Kalan||DB||5-11||192||12/29/1993||1||Southern Mississippi|
|35||Riley, Curtis||CB||6-0||190||7/18/1992||3||Fresno State|
|21||Searcy, Da'Norris||SS||5-11||207||11/16/1988||7||North Carolina|
|36||Sims, LeShaun||CB||6-0||203||9/18/1993||2||Southern Utah|
|81||Smith, Jonnu||TE||6-3||248||8/22/1995||R||Florida International|
|67||Spain, Quinton||G||6-4||330||8/7/1991||3||West Virginia|
|4||Succop, Ryan||K||6-2||218||9/19/1986||9||South Carolina|
|89||Supernaw, Phillip||TE||6-5||255||1/30/1990||4||Ouachita Baptist|
|13||Taylor, Taywan||WR||5-11||203||3/2/1995||R||Western Kentucky|
|82||Walker, Delanie||TE||6-2||248||8/12/1984||12||Central Missouri State|
|96||Williams, Sylvester||NT||6-2||313||11/21/1988||5||North Carolina|
|59||DiSalvo, Ryan (IR)||LS||6-4||240||1/20/1994||1||San Jose State|
|83||Douglas, Harry (IR)||WR||6-0||183||9/16/1984||10||Louisville|
|38||Judd, Akeem (IR)||RB||5-10||225||12/11/1992||R||Ole Miss|
|51||Ochi, Victor (IR)||LB||6-1||242||10/2/1993||1||Stony Brook|
|19||Sharpe, Tajae (IR)||WR||6-2||194||12/23/1994||2||Massachusetts|
|11||Tanney, Alex (IR)||QB||6-4||220||11/11/1987||2||Monmouth (Ill.)|
|52||Wallace, Aaron (IR)||OLB||6-2||242||7/8/1993||2||UCLA|
|Durden, Kenneth||DB||6-1||180||5/16/1992||1||Youngstown State|
|5||Ferguson, Tyler||QB||6-2||224||1/7/1994||R||Western Kentucky|
|Semisch, Tim||TE||6-8||275||9/18/1991||1||Northern Illinois|
|Wichmann, Cody||G||6-5||325||3/2/1992||3||Fresno State|
|75||Woods, Antwaun||DT||6-1||318||1/3/1993||1||Southern California|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Fowler possesses more skill than your typical fullback, but he rarely gets a chance to flash that ability. He'll get the occasional chance to punch it in near the goal line, but thumpers DeMarco Murray (hamstring) and Derrick Henry usually get priority over Fowler.
Searcy also accepted a pay cut from $6.125 million to $3.8 million for 2018, with the ability to recover up to $750,000 through incentives in both years. He's been a disappointment since signing a four-year, $23.75 million deal with the Titans in 2015, recording 95 tackles and two interceptions in 29 games (27 starts). With Johnathan Cyprien signed in March and 2016 third-round selection Kevin Byard hoping to take on an expanded role, Searcy could face serious competition for a starting job.
After being held out of the last two practices, Casey looks to have used the time off to put the back injury behind him. He should be a full go for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, although he notably failed to record a single tackle in Week 1 against the Raiders.
Riley got the call up from the practice squad after Chance Warmack (finger) was placed on IR. The 2015 undrafted free agent spent last season on IR after suffering an ankle injury in August, ending his rookie season hardly before it get started. Riley has played both cornerback and safety in the Titans' defense but figures to contribute the most in special teams this season.
Dodd remained on the injury report because the Titans continued to exercise caution with him at practice. Still, he isn't slated for a fantasy-relevant chunk of snaps since he's positioned behind Derrick Morgan, who posted nine sacks in 2016, on the depth chart. Dodd will continue to earn his living on special teams.
Judd was waived/injured by the team after suffering a thumb injury. As expected, he cleared waivers and subsequently landed on IR. Unless both parties can come to terms on an injury settlement, the 24-year-old will remain there for the entire 2017 season.
Jackson started in Sunday's loss to the Raiders and apparently impressed defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau enough to retain the starting role, even with LeShaun Sims (groin) no longer limited in practice. Week 2 is a more favorable matchup for the rookie against the Jaguars, especially with Allen Robinson (knee) lost for the season.
Williamson finishes his third NFL campaign with 103 tackles and 2.0 sacks. Seventy-two of those tackles were of the solo variety, placing the middle linebacker among the league's top 30 tacklers. He has improved every season, and should once again anchor the Titans defense next year.
With starting running back DeMarco Murray sitting out most of the second half with hamstring tightness, Fluellen was occasionally called upon to spell Derrick Henry. Fluellen's value will be limited even if Murray's reportedly minor ailment forces him to miss time, as Henry's capable of taking on a full-time role.
Woodyard picked up where he left off after recording eight tackles (five solo) in the season opener. The veteran missed some practice time last week due to an illness, but looked fully recovered on Sunday. He will look to carry his solid play into the team's upcoming matchup versus the Seahawks.
Bates has been praised for his special teams ability, and he played just 30 defensive snaps for the Raiders in 2016. He's expected to see more time on defense with the Titans, but nothing that should propel him into fantasy relevance.
Wallace was able to play in two games this season before it ended. He recorded one solo tackle while playing most of his snaps on special teams.
Douglas was placed on IR to make room for the signing of Eric Weems, who was originally among the team's final roster cuts. Because of the timing of the move, the Titans will have the opportunity to recall Douglas from IR and back onto the active roster this season if the wideout becomes healthy enough to return.
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."
Byard and cornerback Logan Ryan were the only players to take the field for all 66 of Tennessee's defensive snaps in this one. The team is deep at the safety position, but the second-year player out of Middle Tennessee seems to be a cut above the rest.
Smith's 32-yard score in the fourth quarter was the first touchdown of his career and the only one thrown by quarterback Marcus Mariota through two games this season. The rookie tight end remains the clear-cut No. 2 option at the position behind veteran Delanie Walker, who led the team with 61 receiving yards and found pay dirt on the ground. Smith's value is capped as long as Walker stays healthy, but his long-term upside is undeniable.
The second-year defensive tackle has been relegated to the practice squad and looks to battle for an activation in 2017.
With Davis unavailable, look for Rishard Matthews and Eric Decker to head the Titans' wideout corps in Week 3. Taywan Taylor is also a candidate to pick up some added snaps in Sunday's contest in three-wide sets.
Washington had eight tackles, a sack and one fumble recovery in Houston's three preseason games.
Cassel suited up for Week 2 of preseason after sitting the opener for precautionary reasons related to a minor thumb injury. As expected, Cassel finished the first half after starter Marcus Mariota worked two drives. The veteran's as locked into a No. 2 role as any quarterback in the league since he has no chance of surpassing a healthy Mariota but also enjoys plenty of job security given third-stringer Alex Tanney's underwhelming resume.
Supernaw recorded four receptions for 62 yards last season through 15 games. His contract extension comes on the heels of Anthony Fasano signing with the Dolphins, meaning an expanded role may be in the works for Supernaw next season. Although he isn't the flashiest of tight ends, the 27-year-old has emerged as a solid blocker.
Trawick will earn a $3 million base salary, and could see some playing time on defense after earning praise from GM Jon Robinson. The safety was limited primarily to a special teams role with the Raiders last season, but did manage to lead the team with 14 special teams tackles.
Jennings most recently played four games with the Browns in 2015, as he didn't see the field with the Jets all of last season before being waived in April. He'll now have an opportunity to make the Titans' roster, although he's a long shot who will likely be used simply as an extra body during training camp.
Weems signed with the Titans early in the offseason, but he ultimately was unable to make it through final cuts Saturday. However, a roster spot was made available after the team placed fellow receiver Harry Douglas on injured reserve Sunday. Thus, they opted to bring Weems back into the mix. He figures to play a special teams and depth-receiver role in the coming season.
Decker tied for the team lead in targets as quarterback Marcus Mariota spread the ball around, helping five players reach 30 receiving yards. The veteran wide receiver's calling card has been his red-zone proficiency, but he's been unable to flash those skills with Tennessee effectively employing a run-first approach in close.
Schwenke was released by the Colts during roster cuts but will remain in the AFC South as he joins the Titans to start the regular season. The 26-year-old offers the Titans a versatile backup who can play several different positions on the line. Last season he played in all 16 games, including three starts at left guard.
It's unclear when exactly Palmer suffered the ankle injury, but it seems as though the Titans are exercising caution with the reserve linebacker. The 27-year-old appeared in 14 games for the Titans a season ago, logging 12 tackles.
Orakpo and fellow outside linebacker Derrick Morgan were both able to get to quarterback Blake Bortles in this one. The duo provides a potent pass rush when both are healthy.
After June surgery to repair a stress fracture in his right foot, Sharpe's preseason participation was delayed until Aug. 26, but he aggravated the injury during Thursday's exhibition finale. With his season over, his absence opens the door for Tre McBride and likely Harry Douglas (knee) to land on the 53-man roster.
Matthews finished second only to tight end Delanie Walker in receiving yards, but this was still a disappointing performance considering fellow wide receiver Corey Davis sat much of this one out after his hamstring injury flared up. Four other Titans racked up at least 30 receiving yards as quarterback Marcus Mariota spread the ball around. With more mouths to feed in the passing attack this year and a run-heavy approach in close, it's tough to see Matthews replicating last season's 945 yards and nine touchdowns.
Smith has been dealing with a broken hand since early September but seems to be on track to play against the Seahawks on Sunday. The 24-year-old will likely return to his role of a reserve cornerback and special teams contributor if he is able to play.
Carraway was a defensive standout at TCU, registering 21.5 tackles for loss and 16 total sacks over the last two seasons. He's quick and can bend around the edge, but he is light for a pass rusher by NFL standards. He'll need to add bulk, but he could be a part of the Titans' pass-rushing corps in time.
Brown's a bit undersized as an outside linebacker at 6-foot, 231, but he was an absolute tackling machine in his final year at UCLA. He racked up 119 tackles -- including 7.0 for loss as a senior -- and also showed some ball skills with three interceptions. Brown likely profiles as a special teamer to start his career with the Titans, but he does add depth behind Brian Orakpo at outside linebacker.
McCain was forced to the sideline earlier in the contest due to a minor knee injury, but was eventually able to return and even record an interception. He'll likely be good to go in Week 12 against the Bears, barring any setbacks.
Henry made his case with a 14-92-1 rushing line in Sunday's 37-16 win over Jacksonville, taking advantage of Murray's absence in the second half after the veteran aggravated the hamstring injury that bothered him throughout August. Regardless of how Mularkey views the situation when everyone's healthy, Henry will be the favorite to lead the team in carries if Murray is absent or limited for a Week 3 matchup with the Seahawks. Given the presence of a capable backup and the fact the injury has lingered this long, the Titans may already be giving some thought to holding Murray out for a game or two.
Walker led his team in receiving yards with quarterback Marcus Mariota spreading the ball out, but his most memorable play came on a surprising goal-line carry for his first career rushing touchdown. He came in motion at the beginning of the play, getting a running start as Mariota surprised the defense by snapping the ball and handing it to Walker. That running start coupled with good blocking allowed Walker to get to the edge and find pay dirt. While there likely won't be any more rushing touchdowns in his future, the veteran tight end remains an integral part of this passing attack.
With a full practice under his belt early in the week, Sims looks to be on track to play Sunday against the Jaguars. However, since this is his first full practice in almost a week, his injury is still worth keeping an eye on.
This doesn't come as much of a surprise, considering Klug returned to practice this past week after suffering a minor groin injury. With his injury history, however, Klug will likely play limited snaps in Sunday's contest.
Tanney broke his foot in the preseason finale. Since he's run out of practice squad eligibility, the Titans were able to retain Tanney's rights by keeping him on IR. Thus, don't expect an injury settlement to be in the news anytime soon.
This was the expected timetable for Cyprien when he first suffered the injury in Sunday's opener against the Raiders. With the safety out for the near future, veteran Da'Norris Searcy is expected to take on a starting role.
Succop converted field goals from 40, 41 and 26 yards, which were the only points the Titans scored until Derrick Henry's touchdown run midway through the third quarter. The 31-year-old is already six for seven on field goal attempts this season, with the lone miss coming from 52 yards out.
Mariota still doesn't have a red-zone interception in his career, but he did get picked off from the Jacksonville 24-yard line as part of a slow-moving first half in which he threw for only 80 yards while failing to lead a touchdown drive. Tennessee's offense as a whole picked things up with 31 second-half points, though three of the team's four touchdowns came on the ground. Still, Mariota looks like he's starting to get in sync with his new receiving weapons and isn't afraid to make plays with his legs despite suffering a broken fibula late last season. Things should pick up for him as this campaign moves along.
DiSalvo went down with a concussion in the team's preseason finale against the Chiefs. He was ultimately waived/injured during the team's final roster cuts. He will remain on IR for the balance of the season unless both parties reach an injury settlement.
His stat line was the exact same as his total in Week 1, so the veteran is off to a consistent start to the year. He saw the field on 46 snaps (69 percent) and figures to continue seeing a similar workload going forward. He will look to continue his sack streak to start the season next week against the Seahawks and their sketchy offensive line.
The Stony Brook University product made one tackle in the two NFL appearances he made last season, and he was vying for a special teams job. Preparing to miss the entire season, it's no surprise Ochi was untouched on waivers and sent to injured reserve.
Pascal joined the Titans' practice squad earlier this month after logging three receptions for 27 yards with the Redskins in the preseason. The undrafted rookie will assume the roster spot of linebacker Aaron Wallace (back), who was placed on injured reserve. Pascal will likely serve in a depth role at receiver, with most of his opportunities to see the field coming on special teams.
The first day of free agency had been quiet for the Titans prior to the shrewd signing of Ryan, a 26-year-old corner who led the Patriots in tackles in 2016. In addition to being a sure tackler, Ryan has shown strong cover skills, racking up 25 pass breakups and six interceptions over the past two seasons. He figures to immediately earn a starting role in the Titans' secondary.
King would likely have been waived by the Chiefs anyway, and the Titans likely won't lose anything if King doesn't make the team, so this move makes sense for both sides.
Murray worked on the treadmill during Thursday's practice, per Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com, but what he's able to do (or not do) Friday will go a long way toward determining the veteran back's chances of suiting up Sunday against the Seahawks. An uptick in carries awaits Derrick Henry in the event that Murray is out or limited at all in Week 3.
Brinkley will return to being a reserve lineman in Tennessee, and he should be grateful that this injury didn't lead to his departure from the program.
After aggravating the injury that bothered him all preseason, Davis has already been ruled out for Week 3 against Seattle and seems to be on track for a multi-game absence. Taylor, the Titans' less-heralded rookie receiver, is thus in line to slide into slot duty while Eric Decker moves into a full-time role on the outside opposite Rishard Matthews. Taylor has three catches for 56 yards on three targets through two games, highlighted by a 42-yard gain in Sunday's 37-16 win over Jacksonville.