4. Anthony Firkser, TE (RFA)
If Firkser were allowed to test the open market, I don’t think that there is any way that the Titans would be able to afford him when you look at his spot on the depth chart.
Right now Firkser is a better blocking tight end than he was when he entered the league, but he is still more of a “jumbo slot” type tight end if you want to put him in a specific role. Those guys are hot commodities on the open market, especially when you have someone like Firkser who has soft hands and navigates the redzone smoothly.
Luckily, Firkser is an RFA this offseason so the Titans can lock him in for another season where he should continue to get better and better.
While he does have his limitations, we have already seen this offense have skill position players miss time with injuries or COVID and he has been able to step up and be a versatile part of the team that keeps the ball moving.
As much as I like Firkser if he continues to get featured looks he is going to be worth more as a trade target on a Titans team stacked with tight end talent.