Mike Herndon Projects the Titans' 53-Man Roster

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

We are 92 days away from the NFL’s August 29th deadline to cut rosters from 90 to 53 and we’ve yet to see even a snap of mandatory minicamp, much less training camp, so yes, it’s entirely too early to project a 53-man roster with any accuracy. However, I enjoy going through the exercise at this point in the offseason because it helps define positions of strength and weakness as well as highlighting where interesting battles might pop up during camp for starting jobs or roster spots.

Quarterback Will Levis (8) runs through drills during Tennessee Titans practice at Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park in Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday, May 21, 2024.
Will Levis/ © Denny Simmons / The Tennessean / USA TODAY NETWORK

As of today, the Titans roster stands at 89 players. It’s safe to say that open spots is likely earmarked for a veteran safety, so we’ll save a spot for a Justin Simmons, Quandre Diggs or Marcus Maye at that position group.

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