Okay, while not the most exciting part of football, special teams is still vitally important.
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The Titans have struggled in this area (minus Brett Kern) for several years now, so it will be interesting to see what changes the team makes in 2021. There are only a couple of moves made so far that fit into this category, but stay tuned because the team will have to add a kicker at some point.
Ola Adeniyi, OLB/ST, terms unknown
Adeniyi is an OLB by trade, but he has made his mark in the NFL as a special teams ace. Adeniyi had 16 tackles in 2020 to go with 1 forced fumble.
The Titans have struggled on special teams for a while, so they will take any help here that they can get. Good job addressing a need here.
Morgan Cox, LS, 1 year $887,500
Morgan Cox has the distinction of being the first and only long snapper given an All-Pro designation.
Cox is also a Tennessee native, so after a decade in Baltimore, Cox makes the move home. He’s bee one of the most consistent long snappers in the game, and should bring some stability to the position after the Beau Brinkley era ended in 2020. Another good signing at a position of need.