3 former Titans we'd like to see return in 2024

Reunions are always fun, and these three even make a little sense.

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EDGE Jadeveon Clowney

If the Titans wanted to spend a little more money on edge rushing, bringing Clowney back could be the way to go. Clowney's had a strange NFL career – it looked like he was never going to quite reach the tantalizing potential that he showed at South Carolina, never reaching double-digit sacks during his time with the Texans.

Since then, Clowney's bounced around a few different teams on a year-by-year basis, and has turned into one of the NFL's premier pass rushers. In fact, the only season Clowney didn't have a sack was his one year in Tennessee (2020), when he only played eight games. Since then, he's had at least 10 sacks in two of the past three seasons, and is coming off his best pass-rushing season (according to Pro Football Focus' grades) of his career in Baltimore.

He may cost more than the Titans are willing to spend on a luxury signing, but if we were interested in a redemption season, Tenneesee would be smart to listen.

CB Adoree Jackson

Injuries have always been story with Jackson.

After appearing in 16 games in each of his first two seasons with the Titans, he's failed to play in more than 14 in every season since. He didn't exactly play himself into a big new contract this past season with the Giants, but the overall body of his career still shows a guy who can play at a productive level.

He'll turn 29 in September, but if the Titans wanted to roll the dice on a bounce-back season from Jackson, he'd at least compete with Tre Avery and Eric Garror, neither of which had productive seasons in 2023.

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