4 Offensive free agents the Tennessee Titans should think about signing

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2. TE Logan Thomas

It’s somewhat surprising that the 10-year pro is still on the open market, but that could change sooner than later. Tight end Logan Thomas was part of the offseason housecleaning by the new regime running the Commanders. He’s played for four different teams in eight seasons, the last four with Washington.

In 2023, he finished third on the team with 55 catches, good for 496 yards and four scores. During his days in D.C., he totaled 184 receptions for 1,685 yards and 14 TDs. Chigoziem Okonkwo caught 54 passes in 2023, second on the team behind DeAndre Hopkins, but reached the end zone only once in 17 outings.

1. T David Bakhtiari

Titans’ general manager Ran Carthon used the seventh overall pick on University of Alabama tackle J.C. Latham. NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein didn’t mince many words. “Bulldozer in human form with the upper- and lower-body power to forcibly evacuate run lanes and instantly upgrade a team’s ground attack.”

Meanwhile, it’s no secret that this 11-year pro has had his issues staying healthy in recent seasons. David Bakhtiari was limited to only one game in 2021 and 2023. Still, he’s been one of the best players at his position, and his addition could provide the talented Lathom and Titans’ offensive front with a nice tutor.