Titans hope for another Michael Roos story with short-armed tackle in Peter Skoronski

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In 2005 the Titans were looking for a successor for Brad Hopkins at left tackle. He was heading into his 13th season and Floyd Reese and the scouting staff were looking to be ready for the following season.

It came down to a second-round pick, 41st overall. Blake Beddingfield -- special contributor to this site now, southeast regional scout for the Titans then -- remembers the team narrowing the conversation to Khalif Barnes of Washington (who ultimately went 51st to Jacksonville) and Michael Roos of Eastern Washington.

Peter Skoronski
Peter Skoronski/ courtesy Northwestern Athletics

Mike Munchak, the franchise’s Hall of Fame guard and the Titans' offensive line coach at the time had huge input.

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