Analyzing the Titans’ biggest personnel and salary decisions after the 2021 season

By John Glennon

    The Titans will no doubt make more personnel moves in the weeks leading up to training camp and the regular season.

    Tight end and kicker are two positions, for instance, that immediately come to mind in terms of potential further change.

    But for the most part, the big decisions for the 2021 offseason have already been made.

    Gone are the likes of Malcolm Butler, Adoree Jackson, Kenny Vaccaro, Jadeveon Clowney, DaQuan Jones, Corey Davis, Jonnu Smith and Dennis Kelly. Among the new veteran players on the scene are Julio Jones, Josh Reynolds, Denico Autry, Bud Dupree and Janoris Jenkins.

    So just for the heck of it – and because this is the slowest month of the NFL year – let’s take a look ahead to the 2022 offseason, when the Titans will face another series of critical personnel and salary decisions.

    Here are some of those 2022 offseason storylines we’ll be following sooner rather than later:

*Monetary figures courtesy of Spotrac and overthecap

Offense

Quarterback

    This year’s restructuring of Ryan Tannehill’s contract was great in that it afforded the Titans the ability to add Jones. But as currently constructed, the contract could pose payroll issues in 2022. Tannehill’s cap . . .

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