The Titans haven't made any news (good or bad) recently, but today's cut and signings are notable.
Firstly, to solidify LB depth the Titans have added Gary Guyton a former New England Patriot. During Guyton's peak year in 2010, he manged to accrue 63 tackles, seven deflected passes, three sacks, a forced fumble, and a touchdown. While Guyton may not be an immediate threat to make the roster, linebackers like Greg Jones should watch their backs as the veteran pushes for preseason playing time.
Secondly, the Titans signed Corey Lynch and cut Robert Johnson. RoJo had a lot of potential out of college, but injuries and a lack of development pushed him down the roster and eventually off of the team.
Lynch has failed to stick on a roster after spending time with the Bengals, Buccaneers and Bolts but he is hoping to finally find a home here. Lynch has developed in his short time in the NFL, last year he had 46 tackles with seven deflections and two interceptions. As far as limited viewing scouting, the first thought that comes to your mind when you watch him is that he is a jack-of-all-trades, but he doesn't do anything exceptionally well.
In a safety group that is highly contentious after the big three (Pollard, Wilson and Griffin) if Lynch can stand out on special teams he has a legitimate shot at earning a roster spot and he will be someone to monitor as preseason continues.