1. Tre Boston
Say the Titans aren’t totally sold on Amani Hooker- enter Tre Boston.
Boston had a career-year for Carolina in 2020 finishing with 95 tackles, 1 forced fumble, and 1 INT. While I already mentioned the Titans probably do not wish to spend a ton of money on the secondary, Boston could be an exception.
Boston could come in and be a quality starter on day one. This would also give Hooker another year to develop and learn behind a good player. With Boston recently becoming a cap casualty, he might not find the market he is anticipating. If Boston is hanging around on the market for a while, he could end up settling for another one-year deal.
While I wouldn’t say Boston is likely to be a Titan, it make sense. The Titans have a hole at safety, and Boston would be cheaper than the top names on the market. If the team is not comfortable starting Hooker or investing a high pick on a safety, Boston might be the next best choice.