4. Chris Harris Jr., CB
The Tennessee Titans have their starting boundary cornerbacks in Adoree Jackson and Malcolm Butler, but what they desperately need is someone who can come in and lock down the slot cornerback role.
Luckily, there is a perfect fit out there in free agency in former Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris.
For reasons I don’t understand, the Broncos new coaching staff took the best slot cornerback in the NFL in 2018 and converted him to a boundary corner at 30 years old this past season. As you might have expected, the results weren’t perfect.
Harris was fine, but he really is a special talent inside and that is something the Titans would love to have.
I don’t know how much money Harris would demand, but the 2020 NFL Draft isn’t weak at cornerback so despite the big deals for a couple of other free agent cornerbacks around the league, the Titans might be able to get him at a reasonable rate.
Other factors that help are that he would be stepping into a locker room filled with great DBs, a well liked HC, a beloved owner, and the team wants him to play to his strengths to take them from the AFC Championship Game to the Super Bowl.
I would really like this fit for the Titans.