Ten Titans storylines that go beyond the stars

By John Glennon

We all know the Titans that will dominate headlines as training camp nears:

    Category One features returning stars like Derrick Henry, A.J. Brown and Ryan Tannehill.

    Category Two features key new additions like Julio Jones, Bud Dupree and Denico Autry.

    Category Three features higher draft picks like Caleb Farley, Dillon Radunz and Elijah Molden.

    But just as there will be dozens of other Titans roster spots to fill, so too will there be many more storylines to follow.

    Here’s a look at 10 more Titans who should draw interest with the approach of training camp, whether it’s because the extent of their role has yet to be determined or whether they face a competitive battle to make the squad.

Name: Matthias Farley

Position: Safety

Ht., wt.: 5-11, 204

Years NFL experience: Five

Why he’s of interest: Amani Hooker was the Titans’ third safety last season, and he wound up playing 468 snaps, 42 percent of all defensive snaps. Part of the reason for Hooker’s high snap count was that he started three games when Kenny Vaccaro was injured. Still, the Titans used three safeties a decent amount of time last year, so Farley will likely see . . .

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Author: John GlennonMulti-media journalist with extensive expertise covering the NFL, NHL, professional soccer and more, including the Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators for The Tennessean with articles, videos and podcasts. Strengths include the ability to write quick, concise and thorough analysis, as well as the ability to uncover unique human-interest stories. In working as a reporter, John developed skills that extend beyond the sports journalism world. An efficient and effective communicator, John is confident, calm and productive under deadline pressure and knows the power of the written word. John brings to Broadway Sports a work ethic second to none, an intellectual hunger, and an ability to inform and entertain readers, viewers and listeners. Reach out directly to John at: