We’re a little over two weeks into free agency and the Tennessee Titans have made some significant moves on both sides of the ball.
The biggest need going into this offseason for the Titans was improving their pass rush, something they appear to have done with the signings of outside linebacker Bud Dupree and defensive lineman Denico Autry.
However, there are still some holes to fill after departures at key positions like wide receiver, cornerback, tight end and right tackle, so general manager Jon Robinson still has some work to do.
Robinson will continue to look to free agency to fill these needs, and then will have another opportunity to make additions via the 2021 NFL draft, which begins on April 29.
We’re making the rounds in order to see how different outlets have graded the Titans’ offseason thus far. For the most part, the grades have been solid, with a few exceptions. Take a look.