How Chad Brinker, Ran Carthon Will Define Success for 2024 Titans

Chad Brinker and Ran Carthon
  Chad Brinker and Ran Carton

ORLANDO – The Titans move forward with a lot of changes after a terrible season. Their 6-11 mark was the third-worst record in the AFC.

They’ve got a new coach, a new staff and a new offensive philosophy. So far, they’ve got nine new players through aggressive free-agent shopping and a big trade.

The Titans are in a competitive division where the Texans are the reigning champs with offensive rookie of the year C.J. Stroud in place and a good-looking free-agent class added.  

Things can change dramatically in a year in the NFL, but what are the team’s expectations for the first year of Brian Callahan’s version of the Titans?

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