The Titans have their own version of musical chairs, otherwise known as the starting tackle positions.

When free agent Michael Oher was signed March 14, it appeared the offensive line bookends were set — with nine-year starter Michael Roos on the left side and five-year starter Oher on the right.

But when the Titans picked tackle Taylor Lewan in the first round of the draft May 8, it opened the door to more possibilities.

The Titans could stick with the original plan of veterans Roos and Oher, meaning a first-round pick probably would see little playing time this season. They could consider having Lewan move to the right side, bumping Oher. Or they could consider starting Lewan at left tackle and moving Roos to right tackle, a position he played as a rookie.