The Tennessee Titans will have their first practice of Training Camp on Wednesday, which is when the team will begin evaluating its players to decide who will make the final 53-man roster.

Final decisions are still a month away, but here’s what the Titans’ roster figures to look like at this point.

Quarterback (2)

  • Ryan Tannehill
  • Deshone Kizer

Kizer isn’t any good, but neither is Logan Woodside, his competition for the Titans’ backup QB spot. At least Kizer has a big arm and some athleticism.

Running Back (4)

  • Derrick Henry
  • Darrynton Evans
  • Brian Hill
  • Khari Blasingame

The Titans signed Hill during free agency, presumably as an insurance policy for Henry. Evans should contribute a lot more in his second season.

Wide Receiver (6)

  • Julio Jones
  • A.J. Brown
  • Josh Reynolds
  • Dez Fitzpatrick (R)
  • Racey McMath
  • Nick Westbrook-Ikhine

This is the best group of receivers the Titans have ever had, and it may be the NFL’s best. McMath likely makes the cut because of his special teams acumen, and you could do worse than Westbrook Ikhine as a fifth receiving option.

Tight End (4)

  • Anthony Firkser
  • Geoff Swaim
  • Tommy Hudson
  • Miller Forristall (R)

Of all the groups on the Titans’ roster, this one is the most malleable and difficult to predict. Firkser and Swaim are shoo-ins, but everything beyond that is completely up in the air. An undrafted free agent or two, like Forristall, figures to make the cut.

Offensive Tackle (4)

  • Taylor Lewan
  • Ty Sambrailo
  • Dillon Radunz (R)
  • Kendall Lamm

The Titans have good depth at offensive tackle. It will be interesting to see who starts the season opposite Taylor Lewan.

Interior OL (5)

  • Rodger Saffold
  • Ben Jones
  • Nate Davis
  • Aaron Brewer
  • David Quessenberry

This is, admittedly, a lot of offensive linemen for the Titans to keep, but Quessenberry will likely stick around because the team is thin on the interior of the line behind its starters.

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