Tennessee Titans: How to replace Jack Conklin, Delanie Walker, and more
Cameron Wake was released only one year into a 3 year, $23 million pact.
After week 1 in Cleveland, it looked like that deal was going to be a steal for the Titans. Wake collected 2.5 sacks against Cleveland, but failed to register a single sack after week 1, and only registered one more tackle the rest of the season.
This was probably a combination of age and injury, but ultimately the Titans decided to cut bait and use that money elsewhere. The rookie pass-rusher class doesn’t seem to be especially deep, so this is one area I fully expect the Titans to spend on. Other than Harold Landry, there just isn’t much to get excited about with these current pass rushers.
The idea of Jadeveon Clowney in two-tone blue makes a ton of sense. You have the Houston connection between Clowney and Vrabel, and even after retaining Tannehill and Henry, the Titans should have enough money left over to bring Clowney into the fold if they choose to.
Even if Clowney isn’t an option, this free agent class is loaded with talent. Markus Golden, Dante Fowler, and Jordan Jenkins are just a few options the Titans could choose to pursue.