Scouts' take: Review of final preseason game and a Titans' 53-man roster

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The third and final preseason game is designed to give organizations looking for those last four or five spots on the 53-man roster an opportunity to shine under the lights.

Most spots are solidified and starting positions are secure at this point. But who will make a team and contribute on special teams is still to be determined.

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The last piece of the third preseason game is to allow players that won’t make their current team or practice squad a chance to get enough film that they can have opportunities to hook on with another franchise.

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