The Titans also did not make any waiver claims, nor have I seen any reports they've added any veterans who were released, so unlike last year, the 53-man roster remains the 53-man roster, at least for now.
It wouldn't surprise me if they waited until after Week 1 to bring in a veteran receiver so they can cut him if they want without paying his full salary.
I think there's a good chance Curran finds a job on somebody else's roster. It wouldn't surprise me if they're temporarily holding the last spot available for him if he doesn't find any takers.
I don't think that's being cynical at all - rather it's realistic. It looks like they've kept a PS slot open for when Johnson rejoins the 53 and the only likely candidates are Matthews, Stingily, Clayton, Hawkins (C) or Campbell. Either of the latter two would need to be replaced though and given the current injury issues they're much more likely to reduce the OL compliment than the DL. I wouldn't be that surprised though if Matthews stays in the 53 and Stingily is moved to the PS as interior depth looks fairly weak.
I can't believe the Titans haven't signed a veteran receiver yet. Munchak knows he needs another receiver. That's why he brought in Curtis. I was hoping that Avery would be on the team by now. I am also surprised that Curran wasn't added to the practice squad. I know he doesn't have the size the Titans covet, but he can play.
@Scott P I like Curran too but I suspect the next snap he plays in the NFL won't be in Titans' colours. I posted last week that I expected Hawkins to be cut, but that was on the assumption that Curtis proved to be healthy and I guess Hawkins just about did enough against the Saints to deserve to be retained. I suspect that the Titans won't sign a veteran receiver now unless someone gets hurts and, dare I say it, they might even look to re-sign Gage if that happens. That said, Donnie Avery is still available (or at least he is while I'm typing this) and they ought to at least take a look at him.