1. Tight End
Tight end is relatively low on the positional value chart, and in most cases, it falls into the same tier as interior offensive linemen and safeties.
However, until something definitive happens with Taylor Lewan the Tennessee Titans will be set at all the premium positions. In fact, tight end is the only position where Tennessee is going to have to pull a starter from somewhere other than their current roster.
History has shown that drafting a tight end in the first round is a bad idea. Like when you spend a first-round pick on a quarterback, drafting a tight end in the first round almost guarantees teams a year where you are going to get no value from your biggest asset of the offseason.
The obvious difference is that unlike drafting a quarterback, you will almost never get back the investment you made by spending a first-round pick on a tight end which is why nearly all of the current Pro Bowlers were drafted outside of the top-32.
With that in mind, signing a free agent tight end seems like the safest bet and the smartest use of resources.
After franchise tags were placed on three tight ends, there are still double-digit tight ends that the Titans could sign to be an upgrade over what they had last season. They should be able to free up as much cap space as they want, so they can take their pick of the top options on the market.