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15 Things That Caught My Eye On the First Unofficial Depth Chart of the Regular Season for the Titans


NASHVILLE – The Titans released their first unofficial depth chart of the regular season on Monday.

The word "Unofficial" is written in bold letters across the top.

On Sunday, the team will play its first regular season game against the Saints in New Orleans.

Here's a look at 15 things that caught my eye on the first depth chart of the regular season:

-Malik Willis and Will Levis are listed with a slash between their names, behind starter Ryan Tannehill. It means the team isn't naming the No.2 QB for now.

-The Titans listed an offense with a two-tight end set, with Chig Okonkwo and Trevon Wesco as the starters.

-The team listed two starting receivers on offense: DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks.

-Behind the top two receivers, Chris Moore and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine are the back-ups on each side, with Kearis Jackson and Colton Dowell listed third at each spot.

-Chris Hubbard is listed as the starting right tackle, which Mike Vrabel indicated last week.

-Dillon Radunz is listed as the back-up at right guard and right tackle.

-Tyjae Spears is listed as Derrick Henry's back-up at running back, with Julius Chestnut next in line.

-Rookie Jaelyn Duncan is listed as Andre Dillard's back-up at left tackle.

-The depth chart on defense includes a 3-4 look, with four defensive backs, so a nickel corner isn't listed, but a slash is used at one of the cornerback spots.

-Kristian Fulton is listed as a starter at one at cornerback, and the slash separates Sean Murphy-Bunting and Roger McCreary on the opposite side.

-Jack Gibbens is listed as a starter alongside Azeez Al-Shaair at inside linebacker, ahead of Monty Rice, Luke Gifford and Otis Reese IV.

-Rashad Weaver and Trevis Gipson are listed as the back-up outside linebackers behind starters Harold Landry III and Arden Key, with Caleb Murphy listed behind them.

-Elijah Molden is listed as Kevin Byard's back-up at safety, and Mike Brown is listed as Amani Hooker's back-up as the other safety spot.

-Kearis Jackson is listed as No.1 on the dept chart at punt returner, but a slash separates Jackson, Tyjae Spears and Julius Chestnut at kick returner.

-Punter Ryan Stonehouse is listed as the back-up kicker for field goals and kickoffs, behind Nick Folk.

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