The Tennessee Titans have won the AFC South in back-to-back years and have a total of zero playoff wins to show for it. They've spent the offseason attempting to improve, but trading away stud wide receiver A.J. Brown has left fans wondering just how competitive Tennessee can be.
If the Titans want to prove their doubters wrong, they need to flesh out any weak spots on their roster. The AFC is tougher than ever this year, meaning the coaching staff must get rid of any baggage before the 2022 NFL season even begins.
Here are three Titans players that won't be on the roster at the start of the upcoming campaign.
Titans Roster Rumors
1. Logan Woodside, QB
Former Toledo quarterback Logan Woodside is one player that the Titans could cut in the coming months. The 27-year-old has spent the last three seasons in Tennessee, seeing only 31 snaps over that stretch. With the Titans drafting Malik Willis at the end of April, there really isn't a spot for Woodside anymore on the 53-man roster. If Ryan Tannehill is ever hurt or needs to be pulled, Willis definitely has more upside than the former 2017 MAC MVP. It won't be a shock if he's back on the practice squad, but Woodside is a safe bet to be cut at training camp.
2. Caleb Shudak, K
The Titans went out this offseason to sign undrafted free-agent kicker Caleb Shudak to a three-year deal. The hope is that he can provide veteran Randy Bullock with some competition at training camp, but that doesn't mean the rookie will make the roster. For starters, Bullock was actually solid last season, hitting 93.3% of his field goals and averaging 63.8 yards on his kickoffs. Throw in the fact that the Titans also signed Bullock to a two-year contract in March and all signs point to Shudak likely getting cut.
3. Buster Skrine, CB
Veteran cornerback Buster Skrine joined the Titans at the tail end of the 2021 season following his release from the San Francisco 49ers. Although he was solid at times, he did give up 16 completions on 23 targets for 248 yards while also missing 15.0% of his tackles — up from his 9.6% rating in 2020. While cornerback was a position of weakness, the Titans now have 10 in their control, according to Spotrac. Skrine isn't getting any younger after turning 33 in April. Unless he has a training camp to remember, he may need to look for a new team come September.
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