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5 Offseason Additions With Most to Offer the Tennessee Titans in 2014

Tennessee Titans: 5 Offseason Additions With Most to Offer in 2014

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The Tennessee Titans have a lot to prove this year and their offseason additions in 2014 were a great start. They brought in a number of quality players through the draft and free agency that could have a huge impact for them right away.

With Ken Whisenhunt taking over as head coach, he will look to develop this team back into a contender, and he will need the help of key players in 2014.

5. LB Wesley Woodyard

Wesley Woodyard
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5. LB Wesley Woodyard

Wesley Woodyard
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As the Tennessee Titans transition to the 3-4 defense, having depth at linebacker will be crucial to their success. Woodyard comes over from Denver after a couple of strong years, and he will step into a crucial role for the Titans. His versatility and speed will help out their run defense significantly, and he should see a good amount of time on the field in various situations.

4. RB Dexter McCluster

Dexter McCluster
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4. RB Dexter McCluster

Dexter McCluster
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McCluster is a dynamic player who will allow the Titans to play a lot of different formations on offense. He is transitioning to the backfield this year, so it will be interesting to see his production, but the coaching staff wants to see him get a lot of touches regardless.

3. OT Michael Oher

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3. OT Michael Oher

Michael Oher
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Adding a Pro Bowl tackle never hurts, even if you use your first-round pick at the same position. Oher is a proven veteran who can hold down the position right away and give the Titans assurance that they will have enough people barring any injuries. Locker has got to feel better about this move as well.

2. OT Taylor Lewan

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2. OT Taylor Lewan

Taylor Lewan
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The offensive line is already packed for the Titans, but you can never have too much depth up front in the NFL. Lewan will battle it out in training camp for the starting position, but he will have a big impact on the team this season, as he can slide into both tackle positions and has tremendous athleticism.

1. RB Bishop Sankey

Bishop Sankey
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1. RB Bishop Sankey

Bishop Sankey
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Sankey could play a huge role for the Titans in his rookie season. There isn’t much depth at RB, so he will get substantial time on the field and should be in for an impressive season. He’s a versatile back and will be a nice change from Chris Johnson. Don't be surprised if he starts and finishes around 1,000 yards in 2014.