The Titans’ 2019 preseason slate will get underway Thursday, Aug. 8 with a visit to Philadelphia.
Derrick Henry isn’t expected to perform for the Titans, and also the first team units aren’t expected to perform over a quarter anyhow. Ryan Tannehill will get his first game action as a Titan, and he’ll be throwing to an abundance of recipients and backs that are making an effort to create the 53-man roster in September.
The Titans started out poorly a week against Pittsburgh, but matters were even worse against Philadelphia. Things did not get much better for some time then for the Titans, with their next three possessions finish in out and three punts.
Tennessee Titans vs Philadelphia Eagles Match info
Date: Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019
Time: 7 p.m. EST
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA
Subsequently, Brandon Ghee snagged an interception with good field position. Zach Mettenberger drove the Titans down to get a score, and shortly Tennessee was inside one ownership of the Eagles.
Though Cyprien confronted a silent marketplace after missing all 2018 using a torn ACL, the 29-year-old is a comparatively major title for the August pickup — a low-risk, high-reward potential in precisely the exact same vein as Scandrick along with other Eagles developments of prior decades, including Patrick Robinson. Cyprien has only two interceptions in six decades, but he has 70 games of starting experience and a skill set which may interpret to nickel and dime responsibilities in Philly.
Cyprien’s main competition would seem to be former Minnesota Vikings security Andrew Sendejo and ex-Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker L.J. Fort, both of whom would save yourself the Eagles a projected fourth-round compensatory draft pick if they don’t create the 53-man roster.
Underneath McLeod and Pro Bowler Malcolm Jenkins at security, Sendejo, Blake Countess, Tre Sullivan, and Deiondre Hall are fighting for book places, together with Countess rejoining the group through waivers at May.