After addressing multiple needs on the defensive side of the ball, the Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with offensive tackle Kendall Lamm on Monday.
The deal is for two years and $6.8 million (worth up to $8.5 million), with $3 million guaranteed (contract details here). In 2021, Lamm’s cap hit will be $2.61 million, and with a dead money figure of just $850,000 in 2022, the Titans can get out of this deal after one season.
When the move was announced, we figured Lamm would serve as a depth piece that can play on the left or right side in a pinch, but with the release of starting right tackle Dennis Kelly on Tuesday, things might have changed on that front.
We get to that and more as we take a look at three things to know about Tennessee’s newest offensive tackle.