The Tennessee Titans have had a very solid offseason so far, with three moves highlighting their successful business
The Titans are coming off of an overachieving season, going 9-7. With a young, developing core, Tennessee has become one of the most exciting rising teams in the NFL. The Titans have used the offseason to add even more pieces.
The latest addition that the Titans have made is defensive end and pass rusher Cameron Wake. Wake comes to Tennessee with 10 years of experience in the NFL, all played with the Miami Dolphins. Not many pass rushers have been more influential in the last decade, recording 98 sacks and 358 tackles in the last 10 seasons. Wake has recorded 28 sacks in the last three seasons, and will add a seasoned pass rusher to the ascending Titans defense.
One of the most exciting free agent additions for the Titans this offseason comes at the wide receiver position. Former Tampa Bay receiver Adam Humphries is coming off of a breakout season, and has signed with Tennessee. The 25-year-old caught 76 passes for 816 yards and five touchdowns last season. Humphries will do most of his work from the slot position, giving another capable target to Marcus Mariota.
Some of the best business the Titans have done this offseason was resigning safety Kenny Vaccaro. In a very competitive safety market, the Titans have taken care of their safety demand, bringing back Vaccaro on a four year/$26 million contract. At $6.5 million a year, Vaccaro represents great value at the safety position for the Titans.