Tennessee Titans to work out veteran OL Marshall Newhouse

Mike Moraitis
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With the need for more depth at the tackle spot due to injuries, the Tennessee Titans are set to work out offensive lineman Marshall Newhouse, per the league’s transactions wire.

The Titans were dealt yet another blow at the left tackle position in Week 11, as Ty Sambrailo came down with an undisclosed injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

Per Titans beat writer Paul Kuharsky, Sambrailo will “most likely” be out for the season, joining the list of the wounded at left tackle that also includes Taylor Lewan, who tore his ACL in Week 6.

Newhouse has played for seven different teams during his nine-year career, and most recently with the New England Patriots in 2019, where he played in 15 games (nine starts).

The 6-foot-4, 330-pound lineman would offer versatility also, as he has played at both guard and tackle spots.

As it stands now, David Quessenberry looks primed to step into the role as the starter at left tackle after he finished Sunday’s contest there when after Sambrailo exited.

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