Titans' Post-Draft Depth Charts

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Let's look at the Titans' offensive and defensive depth charts after their seven-man draft.

Rookies are underlined. Read left to right and then back to left on a second line.

Offensvie Depth Chart Spring 2024

Daniel Brunskill has played some center, so depending on how things shake out and who else is added and makes the roster, he can function as the backup to Lloyd Cushenberry. 

The starting lineup is in order really. If the Titans are in three wide, the slot receiver needs to be sorted out. I went Kyle Philips here on seniority and because my sense is Brian Callahan wants a guy with slot characteristics.

Sixth-rounder Jha'Quan Jackson also brings those but will have to make get better at getting off of press coverage to emerge so early. A healthy Treylon Burks should be the third-best receiver but I don't know if that lands him inside regularly, but the Titans could be rolling Calvin Ridley and DeAndre Hopkins through there pretty frequently, opening an outside spot for Burks. 

They could still add someone to increase competition at tackle, like Andrus Peat, though he made his name as a guard. They do need a legit second left tackle. But I think there is enough for Bill Callahan to work with to find a starter on the right.

Depth Chart Spring 2024

There are still two positions in the starting 11 where upgrades would be great. There are veteran safeties out there who can give the Titans better than Elijah Molden who could then plug into sub-packages in a lot of ways. 

They have also called Arden Key a situational player, so an early-down player at outside linebacker opposite Harold Landry would be helpful. That will be harder to find at this point, but perhaps seventh-rounder Jaylen Harrell can surprise.

There are still a lot of names on here that are questionable, with depth still a big issue.

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