NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Titans coaches culled some information from watching low-ranking guys play against low-ranking guys in the preseason finale at Nissan Stadium Thursday night, a loss to the Vikings.

I did not.

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And so I jump right ahead to what I think the roster will look like come 3 p.m CT on Saturday, by when the Titans must cut 37 players to get from 90 to 53.

There are not a lot of difficult choices, I really don’t think. The biggest are about whether the team needs to keep semi-standard numbers at each position. I lean toward keeping the 53 best guys, with two or three waiver claims likely to alter those in short order.

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