Over the past couple of weeks, the Titans have signed two offensive linemen with a healthy amount of NFL starting experience. Chris Spencer has 89 career starts over eight years, including five starts last season for the Bears, while Rob Turner has 18 career starts over six years, including all 16 last season for the Rams. But general manager Ruston Webster said those moves, as well as the earlier signing of guard Andy Levitre and the tendering of an offer to restricted free agent lineman Fernando Velasco, shouldn’t be taken as a sign that the Titans are through revamping the interior offensive line. He said the area still remains a priority as the Titans look ahead to the April 25-27 draft. “We’ll definitely continue to look at the position,” Webster said. “That’s something we’ve said all along and we’ll continue to do that.” Spencer, Turner and Velasco have all played both guard and center, giving the Titans better depth and versatility on the interior than they had with an injury-plagued group last year. “The competition should be really good,” Webster said. “We’ll just see where it goes from there. But we feel like we’ve added good quality depth and guys that can compete for starting jobs for sure.”