No. 3: Jamar Taylor
A former second-round pick out of Boise State, Jamar Taylor, is another option for the Titans if they are looking for veteran leadership at the cornerback position.
He spent his first three seasons with the Miami Dolphins, though he did not start very much for those years, starting only nine out of 33 total games played.
His best season came in 2016 as a member of the Cleveland Browns, where he had 57 tackles, three interceptions, and 13 passes defended, which led to him signing a three-year extension with the team.
Since then, he’s been quiet, and has bounced around the league, spending time with the Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, and most recently the Seattle Seahawks, who released him on November 20th after his struggles this season.
Taylor is 29, so his services may not last much longer than this season, but he could turn out to be a key contributor for the Titans.