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Titans Have Youngest Roster Since 2006

Posted by Gary Glenn on September 5, 2012 – 1:29 pm

The Titans enter Sunday’s regular season opener against New England with their youngest opening day 53-man roster since the 2006 season.

The average age for a Titans player this Sunday will be 26 years, four months and 27 days (roster as of Sept. 4).

However, the average years of NFL experience (4.7 years) for Titans players ties for the second-highest number during the same time period.

The calculations for this week’s game do not include wide receiver Kenny Britt, who is 23 years old. He is scheduled to return next week following a one-week suspension, at which point another player will need to be released.

Youngest Current Titans Player: DT Mike Martin — 22 (born Sept. 1, 1990)

Oldest Current Titans Player: QB Matt Hasselbeck — 36 (born Sept. 25, 1975)

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2 Responses to “Titans Have Youngest Roster Since 2006”

  1. By Chris Clark on Sep 5, 2012 | Reply

    It’s a new era, the Jake Locker era…

  2. By addicted2football on Sep 6, 2012 | Reply

    I like the fact that we have a young group of good core players, and I’m very excited to se the start of the Jake Locker era as well. I expect to see some growing pains, but I still believe this team is a solid playoff contender. We’re fortunate that Kenny Britt was only suspended for 1 game, and we’ll be MORE fortunate if he’s finally learned his lesson so he won’t get into any more trouble. 2011 was the 4th best season for our passing game in franchise history, and we did it without our best WR and our RB in a funk, if Britt stays healthy and out of jail and CJ returns to form we’ll be hard to handle.

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