The Tennessee Titans finished the 2022 season with a 7-10 record, just one year removed from a 12-5 campaign.
They have added several new pieces into the fold, with aspirations to greatly improve in 2023.
As Jordan Schultz recently reported, the Titans have signed Jaleel Johnson, who is slated to line up as a defensive tackle.
— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) May 30, 2023
Johnson was a fourth-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, selected by the Minnesota Vikings.
After four years with the Vikings, Johnson spent time with the Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons, mostly as a role player.
With any luck, Johnson will be able to provide depth on the Titans’ defense, especially at a needed position like defensive tackle.
The Titans could be in for some growing pains on both sides of the ball this season.
During this year’s draft, the team selected Will Levis in the second round.
Some believed that Levis was a first-round talent, while others thought he was closer to a third-round prospect.
Regardless, he’ll be in a quarterback competition with Ryan Tannehill, someone that has gotten increasingly less popular over the last few years.
While Tannehill’s first few seasons in Tennessee were exciting, fan reactions have cooled on him.
They might be looking for a chance of pace, something that Levis could provide.
The good news for the Titans is that the AFC South will likely afford them some grace.
Both the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans will also have new starting quarterbacks, experiencing growing pains of their own.
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