NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As the Titans move forward with LeShaun Sims back in the mix at cornerback, depth shouldn’t be an issue in a reconstructed group atop the cornerback depth chart.

I expect Logan Ryan and Adoree’ Jackson to start with Sims as part of the nickel package that will move Ryan inside.

As encouraging as the fight from Jackson in his debut was, the super low-key Sims is also very promising.

A lot of cornerbacks have swagger, and a lot of times that swagger comes with some volume. Sims might be the quietest player in the Titans’ locker room.

“He’s a great person, got great character, he’s tough,” defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau said. “He’s very coachable, smart, everything you look for. He just doesn’t like to talk too much.”

On The Midday 180, Ryan said he thinks Sims joked about how he thinks Sims might let it all out one day.

“A mouse is quiet,” Ryan said. “He’s a mouse. He doesn’t say much. He’s got a little sense of humor here and there.

“I think he’s going to have a pick-6 and he might just take his shirt off, throw the ball and get like $50,000 in fines. And then I’ll think, ‘Mouse has arrived.’ I’m waiting for it too.”

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