The Tennessee Titans open training camp on July 28 at St. Thomas Sports Park in Nashville. There are high hopes for the Titans after they made a playoff run to the AFC Championship Game, where they lost to the Chiefs, in their second season with Mike Vrabel as their coach. GM Jon Robinson has the team looking to "run it back" after re-signing two cornerstone players -- running back Derrick Henry and quarterback Ryan Tannehill -- to long-term deals this offseason. Here is a 53-man roster projection.
Tannehill earned a chance to start the season on top of the depth chart after a stellar 2019 season. After Tannehill, things get a little cloudy. Woodside has not taken an NFL snap but is the favorite to win the backup spot. The Titans liked how involved Woodside was with game preparation despite being on the practice squad injured reserve last season. They feel that if called upon, Woodside can execute the offense. The Titans like McDonald as a prospect because of the athleticism and playmaking ability he displayed at Hawaii.