In a perfect world, I agree that you sneak woodside through waivers, onto the practice squad and then elevate him to the game day roster the first four weeks of the season. After that you could take stock of injuries, willis’ progression, etc to determine the next course of action.
BUT… The main risk, hell probably the only risk, in my opinion, is Art in Atlanta. Would they want a vet backup for mariota? Certainly Strong praise from Art in the quote below. If I were JROB, I’d want to know, without a doubt, that ATL wasn’t going to claim him before I let my only legit opening day backup option go.
“[Woodside] was kind of a quasi-OC for us behind the scenes, and [we're] very happy with what Logan's done in the offseason,” Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith said. “This is a great opportunity for him in camp. He’s got a command on the offense, and to get on the field and give you a better evaluation of templates. And everything we thrown at him, he's handled.