The last of the assumed cuts are over, now what is next for the Tennessee Titans?
Those moves leave the Titans with nearly $70 million in cap space this year and $120 million in 2021 if the new CBA moves the cap up to $240 million.
Both of those are incredibly important numbers (if you believe in the cap) going forward and it was really the area the Titans needed to get to if they hoped to retain Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry this offseason.
Obviously I am not saying that those two combined will make up $70 million in 2020, but I am saying that they are going to make a large portion of that and the Titans will still have room to go after some free agents if they want to.
So what is next for the Tennessee Titans? Well, let’s take a look at some other moves.