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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4. Safety

Let's begin this segment by acknowledging how greatly the Titans have overhauled their secondary this offseason. Theirs was one of the leagues worst in 2023, but by replacing Kristian Fulton and Sean Murphy-Bunting with Chidobe Awuzie and L'Jarius Sneed, cornerback has become a strength, if anything else.

Despite the improvements there, the safety position is still not where they would like for it to be. Amani Hooker will still be a starter, and they have Elijah Molden, but athletic limitations make him by far best as a pure box guy.

The Titans need another guy to play opposite of Hooker but do not have to be in any rush to get it done despite the need. Even almost a month into free agency, there are still several guys left who can be starters.

Marcus Maye, in particular, is someone who the Titans have been connected with, and he remains available. Ran Carthon can afford to wait for the best deal since safety has become a team-friendly market, and they could also shore up their depth with a late-round pick in the draft.

Unlike the other positions on this list, it truly would be a surprise if the Titans do not use free agency to sign a safety. It seems to be a matter of if and not when at this point, but fans should not be worried about it being addressed.