Free Agents the Tennessee Titans Should Look to Pursue

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Andrew Norwell could be a free agent target in free agency for the Tennessee Titans
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LG Andrew Norwell – Carolina Panthers

Andrew Norwell could potentially hit the open market this free agency period as one of the best guards in the NFL. Norwell started all 16 games for the Carolina Panthers this year and made the AP All-Pro team, one of the NFL’s highest player honors. He will get paid a ton of money this off-season, and the Titans could be possible suitors.

The question is whether the Tennessee Titans will be willing to pay the price for the 26-year-old left guard. He is in the prime of his career and nearly every NFL team will make a run at him. Both of the Titans’ starting guards, Josh Kline and Quinton Spain, will be free agents this off-season. The Titans will have to make a decision if they want to keep both moving forward. Tennessee’s running game didn’t live up to expectations this year, and a large part had to do with the average play of their offensive line. If they choose not to keep Spain and Kline, the guard position could be one of the Titans’ top needs heading into next season. Norwell could fill into one of the guard spots and create a great guard/tackle duo with Taylor Lewan or Jack Conklin.

According to, the Titans have just over $49,400,000 in cap space. If the Titans want to get back to having one of the best offensive lines in the league, then they could afford to spend a little extra for Norwell.