2 moves the Titans must make after 2022 NFL Draft to complete roster

It’s been a roller coaster of an offseason for the Tennessee Titans, as the roster has gone through multiple changes since the 2022 NFL Draft. The front office was unable to make big moves, as the franchise was dealing with a limited amount of cap space. Regardless, the team is in a decent spot for the upcoming season. We take a look at two more moves this organization must make to the roster.

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The Titans are defensively sound, as is by far the strongest asset for this team. There are reasons to be excited about the offense, but there are some holes that must be filled. Compared to last season Tennessee’s offensive line and wide receiver room have gotten worse. Even so, the front office can create a better situation with either free agent signings or trades.

First, Tennessee must address the offensive line. The Titans gave up a ton of sacks last year and the front office was unable to make improvements to the trenches. Additionally, with the loss of AJ Brown, the offense could use another veteran receiver to help out until Treylon Burks is ready for a more prominent role.

With that said, here are two moves the Titans must make after the 2022 NFL Draft to complete the roster.

Titans Moves After 2022 NFL Draft

2. Acquire more offensive line depth

At this point in the offseason, there is no offensive linemen available in free agency that will make a huge improvement to the trenches. If that’s the goal, then the Titans might have to consider making a big trade. Tennessee is in a unique situation where they will have a ton of cap space in 2023 while also having all their draft picks next year as well. So, it’s more likely the front office looks to find some depth in the free agent market.

The two positions that need the most help are left guard and right tackle. Dillon Radunz will be the starter for one of those positions. Based on his past performances and the Titans’ needs, he should be given a chance to play right tackle. There is a real chance Radunz develops into a potential starter, which would be the best-case scenario for Tennessee.

Some names that stand out to help the Titans complete their roster are Ereck Flowers and Bryan Bulaga. Flowers will likely be in direct competition for the starting left guard position while Bulaga can serve as a solid veteran tackle for Tennessee. Keep an eye on this franchise, as we should see the front office sign a veteran offensive lineman in the coming weeks.

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1. Sign a veteran wide receiver

The passing game will be interesting to watch next season. Robert Woods leads the way as the top pass option, but he’s returning from an ACL injury. Meanwhile, the front office selected Treylon Burks and Kyle Philips in the 2022 NFL Draft. The Titans could use another veteran receiver, especially with Burks adjusting to his rookie year at the professional level.

We won’t see the Titans make another trade for a receiver, so the free agency pool will have to suffice. Luckily for Tennessee, there are a handful of talented receivers remaining. If the front office signs the right player, this offense could have arguably been a better situation than they were last year.

A few names to keep an eye on are Will Fuller, Cole Beasley, and Keelan Cole. Each of them would be a great addition to the Titans’ roster. Fuller is the most exciting option, as he has proven to be a solid deep threat throughout his career (though, his injury woes are a bit concerning). Meanwhile, Beasley is the safest option considering he’s a solid possession receiver out of the slot. Keelan Cole can also be a great target for Ryan Tannehill, as he has been a decent pass option throughout his career.

Look for the Titans to make some moves, as it is now time for the front office to finalize the roster.

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