NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Below is my updated take on the Titans’ depth chart.

While the spacing may not make clear where the team can still use depth, the names do.

I can't pretend to know the quality of some of the bottom-tier free agents the team has filled things out with. And they may not even have a great sense of where many of the college free agents they've added, per reports from around the country, stand in relation to each other and other depth pieces at this point.
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Just because they have seven names at tight end hardly means they have three 53-man roster caliber players at the position.

The offensive tackle depth is good, but the interior line depth is suspect just as it is on the defensive line.

Some of these reserve offensive tackles have to be guard-capable. Mike Vrabel has talked about Ty Sambrailo being able to shift inside.

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