Free agent fallout from Tennessee Titans coaching moves
By Will Lomas
Just some other notes that stick out as potential ripple effects of this hiring.
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–Jurrell Casey seems like a name to remember. If the Denver Broncos cut him and the Titans believe that the defense should run that gross three-defensive-lineman look, then a reunion could make sense for everyone.
-If the Titans feel like defense really was a problem with personnel and that the offense is fine if they run it back, just how much are they going to be able to spend in free agency? Remember, there are plenty of ways to structure a contract so that the cap hit is minimal in 2021 but gets much larger in 2022.
There will be a lot of free agents that have to make a decision between some money now and some money later, or less money now and substantially more later. It will be interesting to see what the Titans do.
-With Downing putting more (but not too much more) of an emphasis on passing, I wonder if receiver is a position where the Titans could double-dip between re-signing Davis and adding another player in the top-100 or on a quality free agent deal.