Probably the most obvious offseason change (Other than not resigning Kenny Britt) is that we will have a new starting right tackle next year. David Stewart is done with the Titans and possibly the NFL as a whole. There are a number of different directions the team can go: Draft: An OT could be taken in the first or second round to become the starter on opening day http://walterfootball.com/draft2014OT.php Free Agent: There are some good one this year http://overthecap.com/freeagents.php?Position=LT&Year=2014 Byron Stingily: A late round project pick from a few years ago got some action at the end of this season Andy Levitre: Yes yes I know he is an offensive guard. However offensive linemen move around the line all the time. Damian Woody was a longtime center who made an excellent RT. Levitre played some LT early with Buffalo. And he is being paid like an OT Chance Warmack or Brian Schwekne: See comments on Levitre. Warmack/Schwenke could be an alternative to Levitre if the team wants a more physical presence at RT Options 4 and 5 are working on the assumption it is easier to get good guards than good tackles.