With the first OTAs right around the corner for the Tennessee Titans, it is time to look at narrowing the roster rather than expanding it. The Tennessee Titans are actually a lot deeper with young talent than they have been in the past few years, so this should be a pretty competitive offseason.
Jason McCourty- In
McCourty had a down year, but it is hard to stand out when everyone else on the field is getting smoked by their assignment. I think McCourty is a very good player, but he become great when you put someone talented across from him.
Perrish Cox- In
The former 49er had a very nice last year in San Francisco where he really showed what he could do in a system with a good supporting cast. Now as the number two corner for the Titans he will have a lighter workload and another strong supporting cast. Hopefully he can emerge as the clear second best corner on this team.
Blidi Wreh-Wilson- In
Apparently the nickel CB for now, Wreh-Wilson is again a starter. I don't like this move, but from a physical standpoint I can understand why he might be more impressive in shells than Coty Sensabaugh who I think is the better overall corner.
Coty Sensabaugh- In
Sensabaugh went from being one of the top slot CBs in the league a few years ago, to a disappointing player who never hit his stride last year. He needs a wake up call, but if he gets right then there is no way that Wreh-Wilson keeps that starting job.
Brandon Harris- In
Harris was an underrated CB last year who was PFF's 10th highest free agent corner in this offseason despite having only 112 snaps in 2014. Harris may be a sneaky player who could steal some playing time, but at worst he is great depth to have.
Everyone else- Out
While Cody Riggs and Curtis Riley are names I hear a lot about as UDFA, I think the cornerback position is actually not as big of a liability as everyone thinks. They don't have a top-end #2 guy yet that is proven, but if Cox is that guy I think everything falls into place very well.