His rookie season was a frustrating one in many respects, but by the end of it, David Cobb thought he might have a decent shot at being the Titans’ starting running back in 2015.
After all, Cobb carried 19 times for 73 yards in the Titans’ regular-season ending loss to Indianapolis.
All of a sudden, Cobb finds himself in a battle for the third running back position, along with Antonio Andrews, Bishop Sankey and others, the story said. Cobb is finally healthy and may be able to show what he can do to win a roster spot. It's also fair to wonder what Murray may have left after not showing much last season with Eagles.