By John Glennon
In a world free of COVID-19, the Titans would be readying this weekend to play their first 2020 preseason contest at Nissan Stadium.
It would have marked another opportunity for players on the so-called “bubble” to make an impact, potentially boosting their chances to make the 53-man roster. Instead, the Titans will be using Nissan Stadium for practice purposes only on Friday, trying to accustomize younger players to game-day routines before a two-hour workout.
The lack of preseason contests, however, doesn't change the fact that Sept. 5 – the date by which the Titans must reduce their roster from 80 to 53 players – is getting closer and closer.
With that in mind, here's a look at 10 Titans who might be on the bubble, players who are still battling for the right to take the field in Denver for a Sept. 14 Monday Night Football opener:
Name: Logan Woodside
Comment: In releasing rookie Cole McDonald and signing veteran Trevor Siemian on Wednesday, the Titans made it clear they wanted more NFL experience at the position. Will Siemian's experience prove a decisive factor in making the roster over Woodside as well? That depends, first of all, on whether the Titans decide to keep two or three quarterbacks on the 53-man roster. It's certainly possible the team opts for three this . . .
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