Around The League predicts the Week 1 starting lineups for all 32 teams, analyzing the potential impact of each rookie class. Click here for the complete series breakdown.
» A franchise lacking a national identity released its biggest star in April and drafted a third offensive tackle in the first round of May's draft.
» The offensive line is a strong suit on paper, but the coaching staff has to figure out what to do with Taylor Lewan after shelling out $9.5 million in guarantees for right tackle Michael Oher. There's talk in Nashville that veteran left tackle Michael Roos could be made available via trade.
»Jake Locker is etched in stone as the Week 1 quarterback after the Titans waited until the sixth round to address the position. Running back Shonn Greene's standing is less firm, though, coming off another knee surgery while second-rounder Bishop Sankey gets a chance to impress in offseason practices. Having signed Dexter McCluster as a passing-down specialist, coach Ken Whisenhunt will likely use a three-headed backfield as he did in San Diego last season.
» The wide receiving corps has a pair of intriguing talents in 2013 breakout starKendall Wright and future playmakerJustin Hunter. This offense needs Hunter to start making good on his immense talent in 2014.
» This will be a year of transition for coordinator Ray Horton's 3-4 defense. The best player on the roster, Jurrell Casey, is being pushed from three-technique tackle to defensive end. Darnell Dockett struggled with the same switch under Horton in Arizona. Fourth-round pick DaQuan Jones should challenge Al Woods, Sammie Lee Hill and Ropati Pitoitua for playing time on the interior. Horton figures to use a rotation at linebacker, with an odd mixture of holdovers and newcomers. Untested Blidi Wreh-Wilson is penciled in as Alterraun Verner's replacement opposite Jason McCourty.
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