Tennessee Titans Depth Chart

  • HC: Mike Vrabel
  • OC: Todd Downing
  • DC: Shane Bowen
  • ST: Craig Aukerman
Updated: 12/03/2022 12:48AM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR16Burks, Treylon 22/18Hollister, Cody SF19
RWR2WOODS, ROBERT T/LAR80Board, C.J. SF22
SWR15Westbrook-Ikhine, Nick CF20
LT71Daley, Dennis T/Car61Clark, Le'Raven P/Phi
LG75Radunz, Dillon 21/262Levin, Corey 17/6
C60JONES, BEN U/Hou55Brewer, Aaron CF20
RG64Davis, Nate 19/370Roos, Jordan SF21
RT78Petit-Frere, Nicholas 22/3
LTE81Hooper, Austin CC/Cle85Okonkwo, Chigoziem 22/4
RTE87Swaim, Geoff SF2086Rader, Kevin SF22
QB17TANNEHILL, RYAN T/Mia7Willis, Malik 22/3
RB22Henry, Derrick 16/240Hilliard, Dontrell SF2125Haskins, Hassan 22/4
FB44Carter, Tory CF21
Defense
DEF          
DE94Edwards, Mario P/Jax95Walker, DeMarcus U/Hou
NT93Tart, Teair CF2090Jones, Naquan CF21
DT98Simmons, Jeffery 19/197Strong, Kevin SF2191Murchison, Larrell 20/5
OLB96AUTRY, DENICO U/Ind99Weaver, Rashad 21/4
ILB51Long Jr., David 19/642Jones, Joe SF2152Schobert, Joe SF22
ILB56Rice, Monty 21/353Cole, Dylan SF21
OLB48Dupree, Bud U/Pit59Okuayinonu, Sam CF22
LCB26Fulton, Kristian 20/239MITCHELL, TERRANCE P/NE
SS31Byard, Kevin 16/3
FS47ADAMS, ANDREW P/Pit28Kalu, Joshua U/NYG
RCB21McCreary, Roger 22/230Avery, Tre CF22
NB37Hooker, Amani 19/424Molden, Elijah 21/3
Special Teams
ST          
PT4Stonehouse, Ryan CF22
PK14BULLOCK, RANDY SF2111Shudak, Caleb CF22
LS46COX, MORGAN U/Bal
H4Stonehouse, Ryan CF22
KO14BULLOCK, RANDY SF2111Shudak, Caleb CF22
PR80Board, C.J. SF222WOODS, ROBERT T/LAR37Hooker, Amani 19/4
KR25Haskins, Hassan 22/440Hilliard, Dontrell SF21
Practice Squad
PS          
PS88Roberson Jr., Reggie WR38Harris, Davontae S76Rupcich, Andrew OT50Gibbens, Jack ILB57Ray, Wyatt OLB
PS36Chestnut, Julius RB5Woodside, Logan QB10Fitzpatrick, Dez WR19CONLEY, CHRIS WR45Brown, Kyron CB
PS49Odukoya, Thomas TE/EX67Newman, Xavier OC12Kinsey, Mason WR72Peevy, Jayden DT69Smith, Eric OT
PS54Smith, Andre ILB32Mabin, Greg CB
Reserves
RES          
RES20Johnson Jr., Lonnie IR-1113McMath, Racey IR58Landry III, Harold IR33Moore Jr., A.J. IR-235Jackson, Chris IR-3
RES45Campbell, Chance IR-173Jones, Jamarco IR-300Hand, Da'Shawn IR-277LEWAN, TAYLOR IR-318Philips, Kyle IR-7
RES41Cunningham, Zach IR-1029Thompson, Josh IR-1023Cannon, Trenton IR-392Adeniyi, Ola DFR3Farley, Caleb IR-10

Depth Chart Fantasy Impact

Tennessee supplied one of the biggest surprises of this offseason.

Back in April, GM Jon Robinson shipped WR A.J. Brown to Philadelphia, creating a huge talent void in the WR corps. Brown racked up 185 catches, 2,995 yards and 24 TDs across 3 pro seasons (43 games). He posted an explosive 16.2 yards per catch.

QB Ryan Tannehill did receive some reinforcements. First, the Titans swung a deal for former Rams WR Robert Woods. The veteran suffered an ACL tear last November and took a clear backset to Cooper Kupp pre-injury. But just look to 2020 to see what the 30-year-old can provide when healthy. That year, he notched 90-936-6, giving him (at the time) 3 straight seasons with 85+ catches.

Tennessee added youth with the selection of rookie WR Treylon Burks at 18th overall. At Arkansas, Burks blossomed into one of the best run-after-catch players in college football. The 6’2, 225-pounder really emerged over the past 2 seasons, totaling 117 catches, 1,924 yards and 18 TDs. He struggled with his conditioning at minicamp, and HC Mike Vrabel noted that Burks has asthma. It might prove to be a nuisance in the short-term, but plenty of high-end NFL players have managed the condition. If Burks plays to his talent level, he should see ample playing time alongside Robert Woods.

TE Austin Hooper arrived to give this unit a veteran presence. Hooper, however, fell out of favor in Cleveland last year following a 38-345-3 line (16 games). Anthony Firkser, Tennessee’s 2021 TE co-starter, signed with Atlanta in April.

The Titans lost backup RB D’Onta Foreman in free agency. In comes Round 4 pick Hassan Haskins, a bruising back who has a great chance to settle in as the #2 behind Derrick Henry.

QB Malik Willis — thought to be a safe bet to go inside Round 1 — slipped to Tennessee in Round 3. Barring a major surprise, he won’t steal starts from Ryan Tannehill in 2022. But there’s a chance he’s utilized with a particular package of plays. Willis’ athleticism and arm strength proved obvious during his time at Liberty.

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