How Titans' Free Agency Gains May Impact Their Draft Strategy


As of this writing, the Titans have reportedly agreed to terms with eight new free-agent additions and re-signing five other players who were with the team last year. Those 13 signings:

  • QB Mason Rudolph – one year, $2.87 million
  • RB Tony Pollard – three years, $21.75 million
  • RB Julius Chestnut - ERFA tender one year, $985,000
  • WR Calvin Ridley – four years, $92 million
  • WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine – one year, $2 million
  • C Lloyd Cushenberry – four years, $50 million
  • OG Saahdiq Charles - one year, $2.5 million
  • DL Sebastian Joseph-Day – TBD
  • ILB Kenneth Murray – two years, $15.5 million
  • ILB Jack Gibbens – ERFA tender one year, $985,000
  • CB Chidobe Awuzie – three years, $36 million
  • K Nick Folk – one year, $3.76 million
  • LS Morgan Cox – one year, $1.38 million
Calvin Ridley
Calvin Ridley/ Courtesy Jacksonville Jaguars

I wrote at length about the additions of Pollard, Cushenberry, Awuzie, Murray, and Charles last week – if you missed it, check it out here – but I do want to briefly touch on the Ridley and Rudolph signings that have happened since that piece before I dive into an overall discussion of the state of the roster and how it may impact the Titans strategy in the draft.

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