8. Josh Reynolds, WR
-The Titans have to come away with a wide receiver or two in free agency, and young, moderately productive and he is a good athlete. Definitely worth a shot if they can get a deal done.
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9. Ryan Kerrigan, EDGE
-His best days are obviously behind him, but Kerrigan is a sneaky Hall of Fame candidate and he was a dominant pass rusher for a decade. Despite having his role reduced in Washington to make way for younger EDGEs, Kerrigan still has something in the tank.
Even if the Titans didn’t use him any more frequently than Washington did last year, he had 5.5 sacks off the bench for two straight seasons and there is no reason to think that he wouldn’t be able to have similar contributions with this defensive line.
10. Mitchell Schwartz, OT
-On talent alone, Schwartz probably belongs in the top-tier of these rankings, but the problem is that he is a 32-year-old coming off of back surgery. I wouldn’t mind bringing him in to see what he can do, especially since the Titans have backup caliber tackles that could act as a safety net. Still, I don’t think you can count on him until you have seen him play a season after that surgery.
11. Trent Murphy, EDGE
-Murphy is a mixed bag because there is a chance that you will get the great version of him like we saw in 2016 and 2019, but that isn’t a given. Still, he has a decent floor and this defensive line/edge group could use a little more depth.
12. Sammy Watkins, WR
-Probably not a fit because he doesn’t have a great relationship with WR coach Rob Moore, but he has proven that he can be a mid-level WR2.