The Tennessee Titans made their first move today in free agency, jumping the gun and signing cornerback Brice McCain. I will talk about how this affects the team later, but right now let’s look at the player and the deal.
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Brice McCain is going into his 8th year in the league coming out of Utah. He was drafted by the Houston Texans in the 6th round of the draft and quickly became a heavy rotation player who saw the field a great deal.
As he grew into his own he left Houston for the Pittsburgh Steelers in free agency and played for Tennessee Titans DC Dick LeBeau in his final year with the Steelers.
There he had his best year in his career playing in the slot ending up with 25 tackles, 3 interceptions, 6 passes defended, and a touchdown.
He then had a down year last year with the Miami Dolphins, a team whose whole defense really struggled. After that he was cut this offseason to help the team’s cap issues.
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The Tennessee Titans signed him today to a 2 years/$4.4 million deal, which makes him the 56th highest paid cornerback in the league which is basically nothing.
The Titans now have around $48 million depending on how the contract is actually structured. That is more than enough money to make some huge moves in free agency with the very good players that are still on the market.