NASHVILLE – On the eve of the season opener, the Titans have done some roster shuffling.
On Saturday, the Titans promoted offensive lineman Aaron Stinnie from the practice squad to the active roster, while waiving receiver Kalif Raymond.
The move comes following a mid-week injury development on the offensive line.
Kevin Pamphile, the projected starter at right guard at the beginning of the week, missed practices on Thursday and Friday because of a knee injury that now has him questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Jamil Douglas is in line to step in if Pamphile isn't able to play, and rookie Nate Davis is also available.
Stinnie provides additional depth. The 6-foot-3, 312-pound Stinnie initially signed with the Titans as a rookie free agent following the 2018 NFL Draft. Stinnie played primarily at tackle in college but has worked on the interior offensive front with the Titans.
In 2018, Stinnie made the Titans' active roster out of training camp as a rookie free agent. He stayed on the 53-man roster the entire season and appeared in one contest as a reserve.
Raymond made the team's initial 53-man roster last weekend after leading the team in catches (13) and receiving yards (204) during the preseason. There's a possibility he could return to the team's practice squad.