The Tennessee Titans made a big upgrade to their pass rush on Monday night after agreeing to terms with former Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker, Bud Dupree, in free agency.
At the start of the new league year, Dupree will ink a five-year deal that is worth up to a max of $85 million, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Tennessee entered this offseason with a huge need at outside linebacker after the team’s pass rush was one of the worst in the NFL in 2020.
Landing Dupree, who was one of the top edge rushers on the open market, amounts to a great score for general manager Jon Robinson — that is, assuming he produces like he did in Pittsburgh.
We decided to find out a bit more about one of the Titans’ newest defenders and share that information with you. Here’s a look at six things to know about the veteran outside linebacker.