Scouting reports on key defensive prospects for the Titans

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- An offensive preview of the draft from a Titans' perspective...

Currently, the Titans have holes at two key starting positions:  Nickel corner and defensive tackle. They also have other positions to fill for depth. They need a fourth and fifth corner, a fourth inside linebacker and a backup nose tackle.

The OLB room is getting full with the re-signing of backup Kamalei Correa and the free-agent signing of Vic Beasley, but this position has more numbers then true difference-makers.

Gladney

(Cornerback Jeff Gladney courtesy TCU athletics.)

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