Welcome to Broadway Sports’ 2023 Tennessee Titans NFL Free Agency Primer! Free agency is set to officially begin on March 15th, but the legal tampering window will open approximately 48 hours earlier on March 13. The Titans possess several needs, including sizable ones at offensive tackle, wide receiver, EDGE and interior offensive line (both guard and center arguably).
Offensive tackle is arguably Tennessee's biggest need. General manager Ran Carthon released Taylor Lewan, which saved the Titans nearly $15 million against the 2023 cap. Lewan's pre-injury form will be missed, and the Titans must find a left tackle of the future this offseason after striking out on draft picks like Isaiah Wilson and Dillon Radunz. Rookie right tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere struggled mightily in 2022 and shouldn't be guaranteed a starting spot in 2023.
The Titans also own the No. 11 overall selection in the 2023 NFL Draft. Drafting a tackle like Broderick Jones, Peter Skoronski or Paris Johnson Jr. should be an option. But as NFL personnel leaders often say, there's more than one way to skin a cat. We’ve identified three offensive tackles the Titans should and shouldn’t possess interest in free agency . . .
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