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NASHVILLE —The NFL Combine kicks off this week and the Tennessee Titans are embarking on a new era of the franchise. New general manager Ran Carthon and head coach Mike Vrabel will take their first step together as they try and plot out the future for the team.

Carthon will be speaking to the media during the combine and Mike Vrabel, while not scheduled, should be speaking as well. It will be the first major speaking appearance from Carthon since immediately after being hired in January.

There will be some intriguing prospects going through the process at positions the Titans must be focused on. With needs up and down the roster the duo of Carthon and Vrabel will have their work cut out for them.

The Titans need to have eyes on everything, but expect them to look extra close at offensive line, wide receiver and quarterback. Some of the best at each of those spots should be going through medical exams, athletic testing, meetings and drills. Tyler Rowland and Andrew Thomison discuss names to pay attention to.

Taylor Lewan Released: In an expected move, the Tennessee Titans have officially released left tackle Taylor Lewan. With Lewan's release, it appears likely that Tennessee will begin looking for a new long-term starter at left tackle, whether through free agency or the draft. CLICK HERE

Robert Woods Released: According to a report from Jordan Schultz, the Titans are releasing veteran wide receiver Robert Woods. The move will clear $12 million in cap space while leaving behind $2.6 million in dead money. CLICK HERE

Titans' Free Agent Fits - Offensive Tackle: The biggest need the Tennessee Titans have on the roster right now is at left tackle. There will be a bevy of viable options to fill that need in free agency this offseason, at all price points. CLICK HERE