The NFL's best available free agent would immediately fix Titans' glaring weakness

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The NFL content calendar is almost to its slowest point, which is simply unacceptable. There cannot be a single day, week, or month that we don't talk incessantly about the smallest details of any new story, and frankly it's about time we got to 53-man roster predictions.

The fine folks at Bleacher Report understand that, which is why they just this week published an expansive listicle titled 'Every Team's Biggest Needs, Remaining Cap Space After 2024 NFL Free Agency, Draft.' Google probably loved it.

It's useful for us, though, because the first step of aggregating content is the whole 'content' part of equation. And Bleacher Report had a pretty neat idea! About the Titans! Love it when a plan comes together.

NFL's best available FA would immediately fix Titans' glaring weakness

Bleacher Report realized that the Titans' secondary is still a bit, uh, suspect. Their solution? Go get a good player! Here's what they said:

Sneed gives them a certain edge and physicality on the outside that should set the tone for the secondary. Ahkello Witherspoon is one of the few available free agents who can play in that same vein. Sneed and Awuzie are a good starting duo, but Witherspoon would give them another good player at a position where depth is usually critical.

The safeties are still a question mark. Elijah Molden might have to help out in the slot, so you'd like to see them be three-deep at the position, but that's not where they are right now. Adding Justin Simmons—who is our top available free agent right now—would give them additional flexibility to get their best 11 on the field.

Simmons has made an All-Pro team in four of the last five seasons, and was named to the 2nd team All Pro as recently as literally last year. So, not a terrible idea from BR. He's consistently good, usually reliable, and just turned 30. If the Titans' are under the impression that their Super Bowl window is about to open, getting an All-Pro safety certainly doesn't hurt.

Just go sign him, Titans. It's that simple!