His time in Tennessee didn’t end perfectly, but there were plenty of fans and teammates who wanted Spain back.
The former UDFA made his way to the starting job fairly quickly and looked like the perfect player for a lot of teams, including the Titans. He was really well liked in the locker room, could play guard or tackle (in a pinch) and seemed to have the sort of disposition that you want from your offensive linemen.
Unfortunately, he seemed to hit his peak before the current coaching staff made it to Tennessee and he really never found away to impress them in the new zone scheme.
With a chance to sign Rodger Saffold, the Titans made the decision to move on from Spain who seemed to lack a market in free agency.
Then, he signed a deal with the Buffalo Bills who seemed to be trying to sign any offensive linemen with a pulse in free agency. Fast forward six months and he just signed a 3-year deal with the Bills that will pay him $5 million per season.
Is it a home run signing? No, but at this point it is very difficult to go out and find players who can hit the Pro Bowl. So instead of taking those swings you can always find talent and starting caliber players if you know what to look for.