4. Free Agency
So, this is where the fun really begins. I am trying to follow Jon Robinson’s pattern of behavior to figure out which free agents to begin. Let’s go after the big swings first.
I attempted to sign Eric Berry (safety, Kansas City Chiefs) for 5 years, $50 mil, with $22.5 GTD. However, he declined and took a 4 year, $54.4 million deal from the Cincinnati Bengals. So, I was offering $10 million per year, and instead he got $13.6 million.
That would make Berry the highest paid safety by more than $1 million per year which is a little rich for my blood.
More from Titan Sized
- Tennessee Titans suspiciously quiet about major draft need
- Tennessee Titans agree to new deal with star Jeffery Simmons
- Caesars Promo Code Expires Soon – Claim $1,250 Today
- 3 needs that are being overblown by Tennessee Titans fans
- Tennessee Titans have potential dilemmas in 2023 NFL Draft
I offered Logan Ryan (CB, New England Patriots) 4 years, $34.4 mil, $13.76 GTD and accepted. I imagine that Ryan would be Jon Robinson’s dream free agent. He fills a position of need, isn’t insanely expensive, Robinson is familiar with Ryan, and he is only 25 years old which would mean he is entering a cornerback’s prime.
I offered Brandon Williams (NT, Baltimore Ravens) 5 years, $45 mil,$13.5 GTD and he accepted. Williams is a little older than Ryan and would go over past the 30 year mark by the second year of his deal, but he is a top end run stuffing nose tackle. Coming from that defense, LeBeau should know exactly how to use him.
I offered Larry Fitzgerald a 2 year, $24 mil, $12 GTD and he accepted. I believe this was an automated cut based on his cap figure. I would lock him down and have him play reps on the outside, then bring in a different WR2 and move him into the slot where he does a lot of damage.