The Tennessee Titans might not be done in free agency

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So far this offseason Tennessee Titans GM Jon Robinson has done an excellent job maneuvering around to fill holes on the roster.

The Titans’ biggest need of the offseason was a tight end, and Robinson waited and pounced when the Cleveland Browns cut one of the best dual-threat tight ends in the NFL in Austin Hooper.

After cutting Julio Jones, Tennessee needed to add another wide receiver to the mix, or else they were going to head to the 2022 NFL Draft needing to draft multiple wideouts just to fill the roster. Robinson traded a sixth-round pick for Robert Woods, one of the most respected receivers in the NFL who perfectly fits what this team wants to do on offense.

Tennessee needed clarity on the offensive line, and after Mike Vrabel’s press conference it is pretty clear that the plan is to start the same three players at left tackle, center, and right guard. Heading into the draft, Dillon Radunz is penciled in as the right tackle and Aaron Brewer will compete with free agent Jamarco Jones for the left guard job.

Robinson has systematically erased all five of the team’s needs from a month ago. Right now, the Tennessee Titans starting 11 on both sides of the ball looks good (maybe even great), but that doesn’t mean that the job is done for Jon Robinson.

Will Jon Robinson continue to add to the Tennessee Titans roster

Over the last few years, Jon Robinson has found solid contributors in April like Will Compton, Tye Smith, Bennie Logan, Chris Jones, Jack Crawford, and Brent Urban. Could he do something similar this year?

This is a good list tracking which of the best free agents are still out there. In the top-30 names alone there are nine (9!) wide receivers, five offensive tackles if they want more depth there, and eight defensive linemen or EDGEs if the Titans want to add more juice to one of the best fronts in the NFL.

Will Jon Robinson take another swing in free agency before the draft starts? History says yes. The questions we should be asking are, which position is he looking at, and is he trying to make a splash?