Stanford Keglar, except for on special teams. Not right away. Why? Because if Keglar sees significant playing time, it will be because Keith Bulluck or David Thornton has been injured. Bulluck led the Titans in tackles for five straight years before Thornton replaced him as the leading tackler last year. I won't feel good about losing either one of them and being replaced by a rookie. Keglar does have some great upside and could eventually turn into a very good player. Jeff Fisher believes he can eventually become a starter:I just hope we won't see too much of the Titans' final fourth-round pick, LB
"We have a philosophy here and it is not to draft backups. We draft everybody thinking they have a chance at some point with potential and growth a chance to start. That is why we drafted Stanford. He had a great Combine. He was very, very productive. He has good size, speed and change of direction. So we feel like he should immediately come in and be a special team contributor although Ill caution you because not a lot of these guys have done it before. He has the athletic ability to do that but eventually with the height and the 235-238 and the sub-4.6 speed and the change of direction, one would think he would eventually become a starter."