ESPN's John Clayton believes the Titans could make LT Michael Roos "trade bait" if first-round rookie Taylor Lewan proves ready to start right away.
Titans LT Michael Roos anticipates spending "one more year" with the team.
Following the selection of OT Taylor Lewan at No. 11 overall, TitansInsider.com reports there's some "talk" the Titans could "move" LT Michael Roos.
The Nashville Tennessean believes the Titans should look to extend LT Michael Roos' contract this offseason.
Titans LT Michael Roos (appendectomy) has been ruled out for Week 8 against Indianapolis.
Titans LT Michael Roos is day-to-day after having his appendix removed Monday.
The Titans have determined that LT Michael Roos' knee injury is not significant.
Michael Roos left in the second quarter of Saturday's preseason game against the Panthers with a right knee strain.
Titans LT Michael Roos left "ahead of schedule" Saturday with a "mild right knee strain."
According to STATS, Inc., Titans T Michael Roos is the only left tackle in the league not to have allowed a sack this season.
Titans signed LT Michael Roos to a six-year, $43 million contract. The deal includes $15 million in guarantees.
Titans LT Michael Roos and his agent have sent a long-term contract proposal to the Titans.
Titans T Michael Roos is struggling to adjust to left tackle.
Michael Roos is expected to take over Tennessee's starting left tackle.