4 Offensive free agents the Tennessee Titans should think about signing

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Available offensive free agents that the Titans should be eyeing

It was this side of the ball that caused the team so much angst this past season, as well as down the stretch in 2022. Another big year by running back Derrick Henry is the main reason the Tennessee Titans didn’t finish lower in the NFL’s offensive rankings this past season.

Only four teams gained fewer total yards than the Titans, and the Panthers, Giants, and Jets were the only clubs to gain fewer yards through the air. Tennessee scored just 305 points in 17 games, 27th in the NFL, and the team produced only 30 offensive touchdowns.

It’s little wonder that general manager Ran Carthon has made the offense a priority this offseason. That was clear when he replaced Mike Vrabel with Brian Callahan who is a highly-respected offensive-minded coach who spent the last half-decade with the Cincinnati Bengals.

As far as personnel, Henry joined the Ravens, and the Titans signed Tony Pollard (Cowboys). A receiving corps that got a big year from DeAndre Hopkins this past season, and the club has added big-play performer Calvin Ridley (Jaguars) and reliable Tyler Boyd (Bengals). Callahan and new OC Nick Holz are very familiar with Boyd and Ridley, respectively.

There are also some new looks on the offensive line, a unit that struggled to get out of its own way this past season. Titans’ quarterbacks Will Levis (28), Ryan Tannehill (32), and Malik Willis (4) were sacked a combined 64 times. Still, Carthon only used two of his seven draft choices on this side of the ball.

Could more help be on the way via some more veteran additions? Here are four suggestions.