’s top free agents and how they fit with the Tennessee Titans

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December 21, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Buffalo Bills tackle Cordy Glenn (77) during the first quarter against the Oakland Raiders at Coliseum. The Raiders defeated the Bills 26-24. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Player: Cordy Glenn T/G, Buffalo Bills

How much he will ask: $11 million per year

I think Glenn can play left tackle for most teams in this league, but I think he ultimately won’t get the respect he deserves in the free market.

How likely is he to hit free agency: Fairly

Glenn has been very good in this league, but with how much it cost to keep their defense around, plus the new money going to Tyrod Taylor and Richie Incognito after their preformance this year, I don’t see how they can afford him.

They may make some defensive cuts to help them, but ultimately his price tag may just be too high.

Is he a fit for the Titans: Yes

He is an offensive tackle that wins against the run and pass in man situations, that is ideal for anyone.

Is he a need for the Titans: Yes

I know this may sound crazy, but I think that he is best fit at right tackle in this league and that is where the Titans need him the most. J.J. Watt loves to rush from all over the field and having Taylor Lewan and Glenn as your book ends make it much harder to find one-on-ones.

This team needs to get better across the board and if Glenn is just that good at left tackle Lewan can still move to right tackle. Either way, this signing gives you two top-15 tackles in the league which, I would guess, is what Mariota wants more than anything.