Tennessee Titans 2015 Offseason Guide

Season Summary:

Ken Whisenhunt’s first season as Tennessee’s head coach didn’t go well. Ignoring Whisenhunt’s 3-25 record in his last 28 games, the Titans struggled mightily with injuries. The Titans need to get healthy and find a franchise quarterback. They’ll have a shot in the draft or in free agency.

Updated: Jan. 8

Projected Cap Space (via Spotrac):


Team Needs:

1. Quarterback: Are Jake Locker (free agent) or Zach Mettenberger the future? Probably not. A high draft pick could be spent or, maybe the Titans bring Jay Cutler back home.

2. Cornerback: Jason McCourty is one starter, but the Titans have nothing else. Blidi Wreh-Wilson struggled before getting hurt and Coty Sensabaugh is a backup at best.

3. Outside linebacker: Derrick Morgan had a nice year as a pass rusher, but the Titans don’t have anyone else to help him. Kamerion Wimbley struggled, but the Titans would save less than one million by cutting him. A starter and rotation players are needed.

4. Nose guard: The Titans don’t have a true nose guard for their 3-4 defense. Sammie Lee Hill wasn't great last season.

5. Wide receiver: Kendall Wright and Justin Hunter would probably improve with better QB play, but there isn’t much behind them. Nate Washington and some depth pieces are also free agents.

6. Center: Chris Spencer started the final few games and is a free agent. He got and got a negative 7.5 grade from Pro Football Focus, while the season-opening starter, Brian Schwenke got a negative 13.2.

7. Punter: Brett Kern was a top 10 punter according to Pro Football Focus, but is a free agent.

8. Kicker: Ryan Succop is a free agent.

9. Offensive Tackle: Taylor Lewan was solid when healthy and Michael Roos was one of the team’s better players. However, Roos is a free agent and likely replacement Michael Oher was terrible last year. Several depth pieces are free agents.

10. Safety: Michael Griffin is aging and George Wilson is a free agent. Both graded poorly according to Pro Football Focus, but played well in previous years. They should get another shot next season. The Titans will also get an aging Bernard Pollard back from injury.

Potential Cap Casualties:

NG Sammie Lee Hill: potential savings of $4 million

RB Shonn Greene: potential savings of $3.35 million

*All figures from Spotrac

Free Agents:

QB Jake Locker

QB Jordan Palmer

RB Leon Washington

FB Jackie Battle

WR Kris Durham (RFA)

WR Derek Hagan

WR Nate Washington

TE Brett Brackett (ERFA)

TE Chase Coffman

TE Matthew Mulligan

OT Michael Roos

OT Bryon Stingily

OT Will Svitek

OG/C Chris Spencer

C Eric Olsen

DT Karl Klug

OLB Kaelin Burnett (RFA)

OLB Quentin Groves

OLB Derrick Morgan (Player-option)

MLB Colin McCarthy

CB Brandon Harris

S George Wilson

K Ryan Succop

P Brett Kern

LS Beau Brinkley (RFA)

Draft Picks:

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Round 6

Round 6 (from Patriots)

*Via Pro Sports Transactions



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