Pro #1: The Tennessee Titans could get another player with high upside as a pass rusher.
Assuming Vic Beasley is on the roster, he is one of several Titans who could be in for big seasons rushing the passer. Harold Landry is the other obvious one, but it wasn’t that long ago when Jayon Brown had 6 sacks as a sub-package player and Derick Roberson had 3 sacks while playing 2.6% of the snaps last season.
Boom years could be coming from any of those young players, and that is before you even consider the possible addition of Beasley.
If Beasley were to join the team as exactly what Cam Wake was (a pure pass-rushing EDGE whose only job is to win with speed) then it would open everything up for everyone just like it did in 2019 when Wake was on the field.
That means better chances for the linebackers on blitzes, fewer TE/RB chips on Landry when he pins his ears back, and more confusion for Roberson to take advantage of on those stunts he does so well.
The thing is, all of these things don’t need to happen for the Titans defense to be great. However, if all of these players have a 50% chance of becoming double-digit sack players, then throwing one more name onto that list would almost lead you to assume that the Titans would have multiple 10+ sack players for the first time since 1993(!).