The Titans shocked almost everyone last year. They finished the season 9-7, tripling their record from 2015 and finishing in a tie for the best record in the AFC South. They did it by choosing their own path and going against the grain in the NFL. While the rest of the league has changed their focus to high octane offenses,Tennessee has stuck with pounding the ball and attempting to play lockdown defense. They are getting closer to having the foundation they need to become a perennial contender. Here are some Free Agents who could help…
Terrelle Pryor, WR, Cleveland Browns
Tennessee needs a guy who can establish himself as the top receiver on this team and quarterback Marcus Mariota’s top target. Pryor has the skills to be that player as well as making big plays for this team. As a former mobile passer himself, Pryor should be able to relate well to the Titans signal caller. At 27 years old, he’s been in the league long enough to gain experience but is still young enough to grow along with this team.
Nick Perry, LB, Green Bay Packers
If the Titans are indeed serious about having the best defense in the league, snatching up a tenacious young defender like Perry would be a good start. He has a high motor in pursuing both the pass and the run and is never satisfied with even a great performance, he’s always hungry for more. He could be a great stabilizing force for this squad for many years to come.
A.J. Bouye, CB, Houston Texans
Just like almost every other team in the league, the Titans have a need for at least one cornerback. Bouye brings a great level of skill and potential. He came out of nowhere last year to become one of the best player on what could arguably be considered the best defense in the league.
Tony Jefferson, S, Arizona Cardinals
The Titans would be lucky to sign this kid who has quietly become one of the best playmakers and tackling machines in the league. He would quickly fill a hole that has been a glaring weakness for the Titans and adding him could allow Jefferson to slip of out the shadows and into the limelight in what is one of the most important positions in the NFL.