Free agency isn’t over: 6 moves from 2019 prove Titans still have options
By Will Lomas
Like Ogbah, Howard is a guy who looked like he was going to be a steal after he was traded. However, an injury knocked him out of the starting job and actually ended up with him being sent to Ogbah’s 2020 home also: Miami.
While the Dolphins sort out the running back position this offseason, the fact is that the Philadelphia Eagles got a running back who was averaging 4.7 yards per rush when he was healthy and someone that they used in their passing game.
If you are Tennessee and you look at the compensation for this deal (a 6th round pick), you have to start getting curious about what exactly the Titans could do if they could leverage one of their Day 3 picks for a running back who wasn’t gelling with the coaching staff.
No names come up off the top of my head, but if there is any team with tension between two good RBs, keep an eye out for the Tennessee Titans to be in the mix as they try to find a supplement to Derrick Henry.