The Tennessee Titans believe it or not are completely stacked at many positions, even with the roster cuts made in this last week. For a team that looked to be falling apart over the last month, it’s a good sign that the strings are being tied together.
A look at the Titans’ depth chart explains it a lot better:
Aleem Ayers Tim Shaw Al Afalava
Patrick Bailey Colin McCarthy Jordan Babineaux
Zach Brown Zach Diles Michael Griffin
Kicker/Punters: Tight Ends:
Rob Bironas Brett Kern Beau Brinkley Jared Cook
Craig Stevens Taylor Thompson
Defensive Backs: Defensive Tackles:
Tommie Campbell Robert Johnson Karl Klug Sen’Derrick Marks
Alterraun Verner Jurrell Casey DaJohn Harris Mike Martin
Defensive End: Guards:
Keyunta Dawson Pannel Egboh Leroy Harris (also Center)
Scott Solomon Kamerion Wimbley Steve Hutchinson
Kevin Matthews Matt Hasselbeck Jake Locker
Fernando Velasco (also Guard) Rusty Smith
Wide Receivers: Fullback:
Lavelle Hawkins Nate Washington Quinn Johnson
Damian Williams Kendall Wright
Running Backs: Cornerbacks:
Jamie Harper Chris Johnson Ryan Mouton
Darius Reynaud Javon Ringer Coty Sensabaugh
Troy Kropog (also Guard)
Mike Otto Mike Roos
David Stewart Byron Stingily
According to the Tennessean, the team also has plans to have defensive end Jarius Wynn visit the team today. Wynn was released from the Green Bay Packers last week.
Mike Munchak said that the four wide receivers that they have will be just fine; however if need be, they wouldn’t mind adding a tight end into the rotation if need be.
On injured reserve, the team has center/guard Eugene Amano, defensive ends Dave Ball and Leger Douzable,and guards Ryan Durand, John Malecki. Then there is wide receiver Marc Mariani, linebackers Gerald McRath, and Alex Watkins. Summing up the IR list is cornerback Terrence Wheatley.
Kenny Britt and Markelle Martin are two other players not performing; Britt obviously due to his suspension, while Martin is on the PUP list with a knee injury.