All offseason long the Tennessee Titans haven’t seemed all that interested in adding to their quarterback room, but perhaps that changes this week. The team worked out a couple of passers on Monday — DeShone Kizer and Trevor Siemian.
Ryan Tannehill, Logan Woodside and rookie Cole McDonald are the current options on the roster for the Titans. Marcus Mariota’s contract expired last season, leaving the Titans down a quarterback. The team has been adamant that Woodside can be the backup this year, though it doesn’t hurt to check and see what options are on the table. Perhaps this is simply a case of just doing some homework.
Additionally, running back D’Onta Foreman and tight end Geoff Swaim worked out for the Titans, along with a handful of others.
After the quarterbacks, Foreman is the most notable name on the list. The former 2017 third round pick has struggled with injuries throughout his brief career. As a pro, Foreman has just 85 carries and 326 yards under his belt. Tennessee has only Darrynton Evans and Dalyn Dawkins as options behind Derrick Henry heading into the season, so it makes sense to kick the tires on a bigger back as camp opens.
Defensive back Andre Chachere, receiver Krishawn Hogan, running back Marcus Marshall and receiver A.J. Taylor rounded out the list of workouts for the Titans on Monday.