Taking a stab at Titans’ first 53-man roster as training camp approaches

By John Glennon

    The NFL is – for the most part – slumbering under a blanket of summer heat at present.

    But it won’t be long before the engine begins to rev once again.

    The Titans will bring 90 players to St. Thomas Sports Park for training camp on July 27, taking the team’s first steps toward defending the AFC South title.

    An initial round of cuts will trim the roster to 85 on Aug. 17, a second round to 80 on Aug. 24, and the third – and final – will give us the Titans’ 53-man roster on Aug. 31.

    Here’s an early guess at what that roster might look like:

Position: Quarterback

Making the 53 (2): Ryan Tannehill, Logan Woodside

Comment: The only question here, of course, is whether DeShone Kizer could supplant Woodside as Tannehill’s back-up. I don’t see that happening. The Titans have shown enough interest in Woodside to give him two years of experience in the team’s system. Kizer’s advantage is that he’s actually played NFL games. But he hasn’t thrown a pass in the NFL since 2018.

Position: Running back/Fullback

Making the 53 (4): Derrick Henry . . .

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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: