Whether the Titans play more of a 3-4 or 4-3 defense under new coach Ken Whisenhunt in the 2014 season remains to be seen.

But either way, they are likely to look for more pass-rushing help in the draft, whether that comes in the form of a more traditional defensive end or an outside linebacker.

After all, the Titans’ two starting defensive ends — Derrick Morgan and Ropati Pitoitua — combined for just 10 sacks this season, and starting linebackers Zach Brown and Akeem Ayers combined for only five.

A number of the pass-rushers expected to go very high in the May 8-10 NFL Draft have chosen to pass on the Senior Bowl this week, thinking they have little to gain.

That was the case for defensive ends such as South Carolina’s Jadaveon Clowney, Missouri’s Kony Ealy and Oregon State’s Scott Crichton as well as outside linebackers such as UCLA’s Anthony Barr, Buffalo’s Khalil Mack and Ohio State’s Ryan Shazier.