4. Carlos Dunlap, EDGE
While Ngakoue is a move that I could see having a big effect on the future of the franchise, Dunlap is an EDGE I would go after to be a band-aid for this year.
Right now the Titans are relying a lot on Kamalei Correa and it just isn’t producing any results. If Tennessee thinks that Dunlap is an upgrade there, he would give them the size and production that they need opposite Landry.
I have said it before, but it should really be noted that when Dunlap was his most dangerous, Dean Pees had a front row seat as the Defensive Coordinator for the division rival Cincinnati Bengals.
Right now Dunlap just seems unhappy and the Bengals need to move on from their proven veterans and focus on the future (more on that in a minute). So, allowing Dunlap to go to Tennessee makes sense for both sides.
One final note, Dunlap is at risk of his first season with less than 7.5 sacks since 2012 and it would only be the 2nd time in his career with less than 6 sacks. He has been a beacon of consistency and an amazing talent on the EDGE.
It never hurts to have too many pass rushers, and Dunlap is built to hold up against the run which means he could fill in for Correa without giving up that size on the outside.