SUMMARY: LB Peter Sirmon, primarily a strong-side linebacker throughout his career, has been working at the middle spot during the teams OTAs since the Titans signed former Colt David Thornton. "One of the first things you've got to do in football is you've got to find your role, and as soon as you find your role, you've got to play to it," Sirmon said. "If they ask you to change that role or do something else, then you've got to adapt again. I think this is getting to be the role that I am probably going to play, and I am looking to play it well." Sirmon is sure to be approached about lowering his scheduled $2.4 million base salary and still isn't guaranteed to stick as the Titans drafted North Carolina State LB Stephen Tulloch in the fourth round. "Pete's the type of guy who's going to do what he has to do to stay on the field and if it's play middle linebacker, he's going to play middle linebacker," LB Keith Bulluck said. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.