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15 Things That Caught My Eye On the First Unofficial Depth Chart of the Regular Season For Titans in 2022


NASHVILLE – The Titans released their first 2022 Unofficial Depth Chart of the regular season on Monday.

I say this every time I do one of these: The word "Unofficial" is written in bold letters across the top.

But, still, everyone loves taking a peek at the initial depth chart.

On Sunday, the team will kick off the regular season against the New York Giants at Nissan Stadium.

Here's a look at 15 things that caught my eye when I got my hands on it:

-Robert Woods and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine are listed as the team's starting receivers, with Treylon Burks and Kyle Philips listed as back-ups at each spot. Cody Hollister is behind them.

-Dontrell Hilliard is listed as Derrick Henry's back-up, with running backs Hassan Haskins and Julius Chestnut next.

-Aaron Brewer is listed as the starter at left guard, as expected, with Jamarco Jones behind him.

-Nicholas Petit-Frere is the starting right tackle, again no surprise. Dennis Daley is the back-up at left and right tackle.

-Dillon Radunz is listed as the back-up at right guard, behind Nate Davis.

-Can't leave out the QB spot, even if it's as we all know: Ryan Tannehill is the starter, with Malik Willis listed as the No.2. (Logan Woodside is on the practice squad).

-DeMarcus Walker is the starting defensive end in a starting defensive line that also includes DT Jeffery Simmons and NT Teair Tart.

-Denico Autry is listed as a starting outside linebacker, opposite Bud Dupree.

-Ola Adeniyi and Rashad Weaver are listed as 2s at OLB, with Derrek Tuszka behind them.

-Roger McCreary is listed as a starting cornerback, opposite Kristian Fulton.

-Caleb Farley is listed behind McCreary at one of the CB spots, while Elijah Molden is the back-up on the other side. Ugo Amadi and Tre Avery are listed as 3s on the depth chart at CB.

-Kyle Philips is listed as the starting punt returner, with Amani Hooker behind him.

-Dontrell Hilliard is listed as the starting kick returner, with Julius Chestnut behind him.

-Ryan Stonehouse is listed as the starting punter. This is a no-brainer, of course, since Stonehouse is the only punter on the roster. After all these years, it's still just weird not seeing Brett Kern's name on the depth chart.

-Stonehouse's name appears twice on the depth chart – he's kicker Randy Bullock's back-up.

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