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The rosters are set and the Titans and the rest of the NFL will be watching.

The 2016 Reese's Senior Bowl rosters are set and the NFL will be looking closely at those players who exhausted their collegiate eligibility.

The NFL will converge on Mobile, Alabama this week for the 2016 Reese's Senior Bowl where a collection of NFL hopefuls will spend the week being coached by two NFL staffs before taking to the field at Ladd-Peebles Stadium next Saturday.

The Tennessee Titans  with new head coach Mike Mularkey and general manager Jon Robinson will lead the Titans contingent who will interview, examine and grade every player in attendance in hopes of finding talent to add to their roster for the 2016 season.

Mularkey is no stranger to the Senior Bowl, having worked as an assistan on the Titans staff that coached the South squad in Mobile just one season ago. The Titans staff would once again been coaching this game were it not for the coaching search and the uncertaintyas to who would be the Titans next head coach.

Instead the Titans will fall in line with twenty-nine other teams who will have limited opportunites to meet and talk with players as opposed to last season when the team had the entire week, including practices and meetings to evaluate the talent.

Both  David Cobb and Jalston Fowler, who the Titans selected  last April, participated in last years game.

There are some very interesting players in on this years rosters, including several players like Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland, who is thought of as a sure fire first round selection who have accepted invitiations to the game.  

There are manyother talented and interesting names that Titans fans should watch this week and TitanRedZone will be covering them as the Titans look to improve the roster for the coming season.

Here are the rosters for both teams



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