The homecoming king
There is one name I want to bring up before talking about the really big names in this free agent class of interior offensive linemen.
A lot of players make sense for the Titans, but very few are going to be as good of a fit for Jon Robinson as this next guy. He is a guy that battled his entire career and while he was constantly ignored and pushed aside he earned a starting spot and never looked back.
On top of that, he lived about 50 miles away from where Jon Robinson grew up and he has the nasty mentality that he has preached all offseason.
Ramon Foster has had a great career, and I am not just saying that because he went to Tennessee. He went from an UDFA in 2009 and was constantly “beaten out” or benched in favor of other players, until finally in 2011 he became a full time starter.
Foster has had a long stretch of very good play since 2011 and is going to have a lot of people contacting him during the free agency process. The good news for Tennessee is that unless Mike Munchak calls him to come to Denver, I think the allure of being in his home state may be a big factor.
Foster’s flexibility as a right or left guard (probably left though) will help him as well as the fact that he has only allowed 3 sacks in the last three years combined despite playing nearly 3,500 snaps in that stretch.