Who is right about Titans free agency?
NFL free agency starts in just over two weeks which means that the Tennessee Titans are already starting to make their short list of players that they want to pursue this offseason.
In fact, the NFL’s “tampering period” starts two weeks from today and by then most of the big name free agents have narrowed down their lists to two or three teams through back channels. So it isn’t crazy to say that the first major unofficial signing will have already taken place if you are reading this two weeks from now.
What fans have wanted the Titans to do and what the Titans have done in free agency, haven’t always been the same thing. Some moves worked out much better than everyone was expecting, like signing Malcolm Butler or Ben Jones.
Other times Titans fans have really pulled hard for someone, only for them to come to Nashville and lay a massive egg #Clowneywatch2020.
There is a lot that we don’t know about what this offseason will look like, but one of the few things that we do know is that the NFL’s salary cap will be no less than $180 million and that the Tennessee Titans are around the middle of the league in cap space with $2 million according to OTC.
With that as the jumping off point, let’s look at some of our writer’s plans this offseason (a TL;DR section will be below if you want to skip the analysis).