Depth chart: Wreh-Wilson is the No. 2 CB

September, 1, 2014
Sep 1
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The depth chart is unofficial, but it's part of what the Tennessee Titans have to put out weekly, so changes to it are not insignificant.

In the first edition of it since cuts, the waiver claims and signings that followed, there are some changes and developments.
  • Blidi Wreh-Wilson is the second starting cornerback, with Coty Sensabaugh listed behind him. Earlier Monday coach Ken Whisenhunt said he wasn't willing to reveal a winner in their battle yet. This indicates it's Wreh-Wilson with Sensabaugh working as the nickelback.
  • Rookie running back Bishop Sankey is now the No. 2 running back, still behind Shonn Greene but now ahead of Dexter McCluster. All three will be part of the rotation and game plans and matchups will do a lot to dictate their usage.
  • The Titans' base offense had been listed as two-back. It's now listed as two-tight, with Delanie Walker and Craig Stevens as starters and fullback Jackie Battle listed behind Walker with a "FB" designation.
  • Al Woods is now listed as the second nose tackle behind Sammie Hill, which opened up a second-team slot for rookie end DaQuan Jones. Both Woods and Jones can play inside or out.
  • McCluster is listed as the punt returner while Leon Washington is the kick returner. They back each other up.
  • Of the five new additions: Ryan Succop is the kicker, Brandon Harris is second-team at corner behind Jason McCourty, outside linebacker Quentin Groves is third behind Kamerion Wimbley and Akeem Ayers and receivers Kris Dunham and T.J. Graham are third team.
  • While Whisenhunt said earlier Monday that first-round pick Taylor Lewan will be the first option if the Titans need a tackle or a guard, he's listed as left tackle Michael Roos' backup, with Byron Stingily behind right tackle Michael Oher and Chris Spencer behind all three starting interior linemen.

 

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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