Tennessee Titans: The Edge Rush Dilemma

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September 9 2012; Denver, CO, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Jason Worilds (93) reacts after his sack of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (not pictured) during the first quarter at Sports Authority Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Jason Worilds, OLB, Pittsburgh Steelers

Worilds graded out as the 12th-best 3-4 OLB in 2013 according to Pro Football Focus. He notched eight sacks even though he was not always given starter’s reps.

Worilds has the look and feel of a player that Titans general manager Ruston Webster would pursue. Webster typically pursues players that have talent but have been under-utilized. Last year’s signings of Delanie Walker and Sammie Lee Hill show that trend. Worilds does not come with the pedigree or name recognition of Orakpo, but he has shown that he can get pressure on the quarterback when given a chance.

Worilds, who led the Steelers in sack production in 2013, has already stated to ESPN that he would only be willing to return to the Steelers if he is guaranteed a starting position. The Steelers have problematic salary cap issues, and they have not made him a full-time starter in any of his four seasons with the team. The Titans could persuade him to move south to Nashville with the right money and playing time commitments.