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  • SF Tackle #66
    Hubbard started nine games for the Titans in 2023 before suffering a season-ending triceps injury. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler said Hubbard, 33, entering his 10th NFL season, is now healthy and could function as a “viable swing option” for the elite San Francisco offensive line, graded by PFF as last year’s best run blocking unit.
  • TEN Tight End #83
    The two sides agreed to terms on Monday although the terms of the contract have not yet been made public. The eight-year veteran came into the league with the Seahawks in 2016, spending time with the Steelers, Broncos, Saints, Giants, and Chargers since departing Seattle. Vannett carries sparse fantasy value even though the Titans have little in the way of depth behind presumed starter Chigoziem Okonkwo.
  • TEN Tackle
    A true super-heavyweight LT prospect who checked in at 6’6/342 at the NFL Scouting Combine, Latham spent his freshman year at RG before making a permanent move to RT as a sophomore. Latham took to his new position quickly, improving his blocking efficiency rate from 96.4%-to-98.8% while allowing zero sacks and just one QB hit in 486 pass reps. His play elevated to All-American levels in 2023, with Latham leading Alabama with a superb 0.6% blown block rate on run plays while allowing three hits and two sacks on 429 pass reps. With a double-wide XXL frame, Latham has unnatural mirroring ability and explosiveness for his size. He does have a tendency to lean into contact and can be beaten with speed around the hoop, leaving him vulnerable to inside counters against upper-echelon pass rushers. A difference-making road grader in the run game with a hybrid guard/tackle build, Latham is a top flight offensive lineman and fills a desperate need for Tennessee.
  • ARI Wide Receiver #7
    Jones visited with several teams, including the Titans, Chiefs, and Cowboys, before ultimately joining the Cardinals. He can reportedly earn up to $4.25 million on his deal. The former second-round pick was released by the Jaguars earlier this month after the team drafted LSU’s Brian Thomas Jr. in the first round but has been a coveted receiver on the open market. When he was at his best, Jones turned in an 82-823-5 season with the Jaguars in 2022, but injuries limited him to just nine games and a line of 34-321-2 in 2023. Playing primarily as an outside receiver, Jones should have no trouble earning a role opposite rookie Marvin Harrison Jr. Second-year receiver Michael Wilson could also challenge Jones for snaps, but the rest of the receiver room is relatively thin in Arizona. Jones could have some WR4 upside in PPR leagues if the snaps and targets are there.
  • TEN Quarterback #8
    Although Levis said he expects a balanced attack, he also believes the Titans will have “a lot of drop-back game in situations where we might not have seen that last year.” He also emphasized “we’re gonna throw the ball on first down.” In other words, the Titans are ditching Mike Vrabel’s archaic approach and even if they aren’t passing “harder,” they will be passing “smarter.” As astute observers of the modern game know, it’s not so much about volume as sequencing. Levis might not have a sophomore step forward to take, but he is at least going to be put in better position to succeed between his upgraded supporting cast and seemingly updated offensive philosophy.
  • TEN Running Back #20
    “The thing I love about them is they can catch the football,” Jordan gushed. “They can turn a check down into a big play.” Jordan’s answer was in response to a question about how he might divvy up touches between his top-two backs. Although it doesn’t really clear things up from a fantasy perspective, Jordan is not wrong. It also hints the Titans and new coach/ex-Bengals assistant Brian Callahan will very much carry over the Bengals’ penchant for involving the running back in the passing game. Pollard is currently the RB25 on Underdog, with Spears checking in as the RB38. Spears is probably the more appealing option at that ADP since the Titans might be sincere about treating the backs as interchangeable, especially on some of the most important fantasy downs.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #16
    According to Callahan, the signing of Tyler Boyd didn’t have anything to do with Burks’ performance, or lack thereof — which he shared with Burks after the signing. Regardless of what Boyd’s signing means for Burks, it’s hard to overlook his familiarity with Callahan’s system and the fact that he’s a veteran who has provided multiple years of high-end production. In addition to Boyd, Burks also has to find a way to earn targets with DeAndre Hopkins and Calvin Ridley both on the roster. Burks has dealt with injuries throughout his brief career and has a career receiving line of 49-665-1, spanning over 22 career games. It’s difficult to imagine Burks earning enough opportunities to become fantasy-relevant in 2024, but time will tell as we begin to learn more about how he’s being used in training camp.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #83
    According to Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schultz, Boyd can earn up to $4.5 million on his new contract. The signing of Boyd, a career slot receiver, officially puts Treylon Burks on notice. Burks already figured to be replaced on the outside by DeAndre Hopkins and Calvin Ridley, but with Boyd occupying the slot, the former first-round pick could be relegated to backup duty in the near future. Boyd also benefits from knowing the offensive system of head coach Brian Callahan, who worked as the Bengals offensive coordinator from 2019-2023. Boyd has slowed in recent years. He averaged a career-low 10.0 YPR on 67 catches last season and averaged the fewest YPRR (1.15) since his 2017 season. Outside of the deepest of leagues, Boyd won’t offer much week-to-week fantasy upside.
  • TEN Defensive Lineman #90
    Davidson appeared on 163 snaps for the Titans over five games last season. He spent most of last season on the 49ers practice squad but was signed to the Titans in late October and wound up starting the team’s final three games of the season. A former second-round pick of the Falcons in 2020, Davidson has played in just 24 games in his career and will likely need to compete for a spot on the 53-man roster in camp.
  • FA Wide Receiver #7
    Jones was let go by the Jaguars after the 2024 NFL Draft concluded. He spent two seasons with the Jags, totaling 116 receptions for 1,144 yards and seven touchdowns over 25 games. He posted a career-high 82-823-5 line in 2022, marking the best year of his eight-year career, but struggled through injuries for much of last season. Jones and Titans OC Nick Holz have spent time together with the Raiders and Jaguars, giving him familiarity with the system that’s expected to be installed in Tennessee. Jones would make for a solid WR3 alongside DeAndre Hopkins and Calvin Ridley, and could challenge Treylon Burks for meaningful snaps.