With unconventional offseason underway, offensive continuity should work in Titans' favor

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Wednesday is officially the start of the NFL’s 2020 league year, when deals with outside free agents can become “official.”

But a guy like Vic Beasley, who will be joining the Titans, won't actually be joining them for some time.KellyTDKC

Offseason work which was set to begin on April 20 for teams without a new head coach have been put on hold due to the coronavirus, and it’s clear a shortened offseason is coming.

That is going to hurt teams with big changes coming, like the Buccaneers as they work to revamp things with Tom Brady at the helm, and it’s going to help teams with continuity like the Titans, who will be returning 12 of their top 13 offensive players, with only right tackle Jack Conklin gone.

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