The Titans will be on the field for the first of 10 organized team activities on Wednesday at Baptist Sports Park.

Some changes are in store with the team’s personnel, and the Titans will have to be patient with others in the injury department as the team continues to work in the offseason program.

Here’s look at what to look for in the personnel department:

With big-body additions at defensive tackle in Sammie Hill and Antonio Johnson, and already with Jurrell Casey and Mike Martin at the position, the Titans have good numbers inside at defensive tackle.

So the team plans to give third-year player Karl Klug an opportunity to prove himself this offseason as a defensive end, which should allow him to win more one-on-one matchups on the outside. Klug is up to 280, and expected to be in the 285-pound range in camp.

Also, the Titans plan to give Scott Solomon a long look at strong-side linebacker in OTAs after playing a year ago at defensive end.

With the additions of defensive ends Ropati Pitoitua and Lavar Edwards, the Titans aren’t expected to play Derrick Morgan and Kamerion Wimbley on the field as much at the same time as a year ago. That experimentation will begin to take place in the coming weeks, as the the players work with others opposite them in situational packages.

The team plans to work cornerback Alterraun Verner in a number of positions in the secondary as well, inside and outside. Titans coach Mike Munchak said the presence of physical cornerbacks like Jason McCourty, Tommie Campbell and Blidi Wreh-Wilson gives the team more versatility, and a chance to play more physical in man coverage.