5 big needs that the Tennessee Titans still need to address

Arden Key (#49) and Harold Landry (#58), Tennessee Titans
Arden Key (#49) and Harold Landry (#58), Tennessee Titans / Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
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The first wave of NFL Free Agency has come and gone, and the Tennessee Titans rose to the occasion by making several big moves.

The offseason so far has been headlined by Llyod Cushenberry, Calvin Ridley, and L'Jarius Sneed, as they have made good use of the cap space abundance they had almost a month ago.

It was a situation that would go a long way to determining if Ran Carthon was the right man as general manager of the Titans, and he has given the fans reasons to be optimistic. He has employed a responsibly aggressive strategy, as he has not desperately spent money just to patch holes on the roster, but has swung for the fences on talented players who are good team fits.

The Titans have made several quality moves so far, but there is still work to be done. The NFL draft is coming up in three weeks, and that is their main focus right now, but they could still use what is left of free agency to help address the rest of their needs.

With the Sneed contract being finalized, the Titans have just over $30M of cap space left, according to Over the Cap. That is enough to make a few more free agency signings and still afford to pay their 2024 rookies, and they should use their remaining offseason resources to add players at five more positions.