NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans head into the two-day pre-free agent negotiating period that starts Monday with their biggest need list in recent memory.

They could still re-sign one or two of their own people.

But at this point, they have significant roster holes at edge, wide receiver, tight end, defensive line, cornerback and inside linebacker. They need multiple people at some of those spots. They have secondary issues with depth at safety and on the offensive line.

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Haason Reddick, courtesy Arizona Cardinals

Only at running back are they in good shape.

I've seen plenty of these guys play and have now talked to some people, read a ton of reviews and looked at a bit more.

Now, here is my guide as to who I can see them targeting and a few guys I hope they will shoot for in the days ahead.

Keep in mind that receiver and edge are strong positions in free agency and cornerback is OK while defensive line, tight end and linebacker are not great.

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