Tennessee Titans Depth Chart

Tennessee Titans Depth Chart

AFC South
Stadium
Nissan Stadium
Head Coach
Mike Vrabel
Offensive Coordinator
Arthur Smith
Defensive Coordinator
open
Special Teams Coach
Craig Aukerman
Defensive Scheme
3-4
Team News
Derrick Henry One Of The League's Best Runners

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry was ranked as the No. 1 back in the league against a stacked box in 2019, according to Pro Football Focus. With 244 carries against such a defensive setup -- nearly 78 more than second-ranked Dalvin Cook-- he maintained five yards per carry during those situations, with 4.4 of them coming after contact. The 25-year-old led the league in both rushing yards and touchdowns while also finishing fifth in PPR leagues at his position (second in standard formats). Look for him to go somewhere within the early first round in fantasy drafts for the upcoming season, so fantasy managers should plan accordingly.

12 days ago
Titans Continue To Monitor Jadeveon Clowney

The Tennessee Titans remain interested in free-agent defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, but the Titans haven't had recent conversations with him, according to general manager Jon Robinson. "I know he wants to play," Robinson said. "I think we would be a pretty good fit for him. There was some mutual interest there when we started the discussions, but I would say that really hasn't grown legs since we spoke last." Clowney has 32 sacks in six NFL seasons and has had issues staying healthy, but he's a nuisance for opposing offensive lines and would definitely boost Tennessee's pass rush if they were to land him on the open market. He's waiting for the right opportunity after he found a cold free-agent market during the coronavirus pandemic. Expect Clowney to sign potentially right before training camps start next month.

23 days ago
Titans, Derrick Henry Have Had Positive Contract Talks

Tennessee Titans general manager Jon Robinson said that he's had positive talks with running back Derrick Henry's representatives over the last two weeks. The two sides have until the deadline of July 15. If Henry can't reach a long-term deal, he'll make $10.2 million on the franchise tag. The 26-year-old bruising back has a ton of value as the Titans workhorse in a run-first offense, especially after he led the league in 2019 with 303 carries for 1,540 yards and 16 touchdowns. Because of the phenomenal season he had last year, Henry will be a first-round fantasy pick as a top-10 RB1, but he could be volatile on a week-to-week basis because of his lack of involvement in the passing game and with the Titans potentially trying to ease his overall workload.

24 days ago
Jurrell Casey Not Happy With Titans

Denver Broncos defensive tackle Jurrell Casey, who was acquired from the Titans in the offseason, said on Monday that after nine seasons in Tennessee, the Titans threw him away "like a piece of trash." Casey was a five-time Pro Bowler with the Titans and was named a second-team All-Pro in 2013 after recording 10.5 sacks. The 30-year-old will immediately get a chance at revenge in Week 1 when the Broncos play the Titans. Casey had 26 tackles and five sacks in 14 games in his final year in Tennessee. He will certainly improve Denver's interior defense, but Casey isn't all that attractive in IDP formats.

27 days ago
Derrick Henry Could See Fewer Touches

TennesseeTitans.com's Jim Wyatt thinks that offensive coordinator Arthur Smith will look to spread the ball around more to a number of players in 2020, which is why he thinks it's unrealistic to think that running back Derrick Henry has a chance for 2,000 rushing yards. The team will try to take some of the load off of the bruising back, which could reduce his touches and snaps. Henry, last year's rushing champion, will still be plenty involved in this run-first offense and is a no-doubt RB1. But fantasy owners might want to bake in a little regression, especially since he's been basically non-existent in the passing game and rookie Darrynton Evans could factor in there.

28 days ago