A Nine-Man Titans' Free-Agent Class from Mike Herndon

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

Regardless of your feelings towards Mike Vrabel and the job that he and his staff did over the past two seasons, there is no denying that a big part of the team’s failures over that period can be attributed to a roster that has rapidly deteriorated since the 2021 season. The offensive line stands out as the biggest weakness, but it’s far from the only below-average position group in Tennessee.

In fact, I’d argue that the Titans are currently subpar in every unit on the roster as currently constituted.

Oct 15, 2023; London, United Kingdom; Baltimore Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen (6) after an NFL International Series game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports
Ravens ILB Patrick Queen/ © Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports

To give an idea of just how much help the roster needs as of today, here is the full list of players that are both under contract and very likely – better than a 90 percent chance – to make the 53-man roster when the 2024 season starts (listed in descending order of cap charge):

  1. Jeffery Simmons
  2. Harold Landry
  3. DeAndre Hopkins
  4. Amani Hooker
  5. Peter Skoronski
  6. Arden Key

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