NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Roster modifications may still be coming, but the Titans added no one through a waiver claim.

That doesn’t mean they didn’t try to grab anyone. It means if they did, a team higher than 25th in the claiming order got him.

The Titans lost one-quarter of their draft class as the Dolphins claimed quarterback Luke Falk, who Tennessee surely intended to get on its practice squad after spending a sixth-round pick on him.FalkThumbs

Blake Beddingfield, the former Titans scout who is a special contributor here, said he thinks Falk is destined to get chances.

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