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Mike Garafolo of USA Today reports that former Giants DT Chris Canty has already visited with the Tennessee Titans and is expected to meet with the Chiefs sometime this weeks. Garafolo adds that other teams could schedule visits with the free agent as well. Canty, 30, was rated as the No. 19 best defensive tackle by Pro Football Focus, mainly due to his ability to play the run. He could draw interest from either 4-3 or 3-4 defensive teams due to the fact that he has experience in both systems. The Chiefs could cut Tyson Jackson and allow Glenn Dorsey to leave during free agency, which would leave their defensive line in desperate need of help. Canty could be a good move for them. As for the Titans, they could some additional defensive line depth and Canty would give them a serviceable player in the middle, which would help them get better at defending the run. The post Free Agent DL Chris Canty Met With The Titans, Expected To Visit The Chiefs As Well appeared first on NFL Trade Rum...
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