Robert Windsor could add depth to the Tennessee Titans’ D-line.
You know the saying. Games are won and lost in the trenches, and nothing says defensive dominance like a unit that can make life miserable for the opposing signal-caller. The best way to ensure that becomes a team staple is by making sure your squad does what irritates everyone from the most accomplished veteran quarterback to the guy that’s making his first start in the National Football League.
Generate immediate pressure up the middle and make the QB’s pocket the most uncomfortable place on Earth.
Now, we’ll be frank. That man may not be Robert Windsor. Despite earning a Second-team All-Big Ten nod in his final season in Penn State with the Nittany Lions, this six-foot-four and 290-pound monster has two games and two tackles on his NFL resume after Indy made him the 193rd-overall selection during Round 6 of 2020’s NFL Draft.
He wasn’t much of a pass rusher in Happy Valley. He racked up 13 sacks in 47 career games, but he can be serviceable as a pro if developed. This is someone the Titans should, at minimum, consider if he is indeed released.