Found February 28, 2012 on Total Titans:
Like fans of approximately every team not crowned Super Bowl champion two weeks into free agency because they just underwent a massive spending spree, I've seen Titans supporters claim the Titans clearly won't pursue expensive free agents because the Titans are cheap. While the Titans were only middle of the pack in cap spending last year and have never been awarded the Super Bowl on April 1, I don't think this is a fair criticism of the Titans.  Rather, I believe a look at the free agency history over the past few years shows the Titans have been willing to spend money to meet what they see as their team needs.2011I recently wrote about this free agency class, and gave the Titans a mixed but slightly positive grade on I thought the individual signings worked out in the first year. That doesn't answer, though, how well the Titans pursued players who could fit the needs they had. The biggest need position was obviously at quarterback, even after drafting Jake Locke...

Report: Moss will play without guaranteed money

A source says that Randy Moss' desire to return to the NFL is so great that he's willing to forego any guaranteed money for a team who wants to sign him.

On the Titans holding on to players

Chris Hope was signed to a six-year deal in 2006. For for years, he was a very good player for the Titans, then had a down fifth year. In 2011, he got hurt early and lost his starting job to Jordan Babineaux.  As disappointing as Hope's performance was, all the more galling is that he made $7 million for it. Given his 2010 play, there's no chance he would've gotten that...

Report: Randy Moss could start making visits soon

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Jason Jones likely to become free agent

The Titans are believed to be in the market for a defensive lineman in the draft and that need might become more acute when free agency opens. Terry McCormick of Titans Insider reports that Jason Jones will likely test free agency when it opens on March 13th. Jones, who has played both defensive end and…

Moss could start making visits after Scouting Combine

Receiver Randy Moss reportedly is willing to sign a contract that contains no guaranteed money.  The next step for Moss will be to put his straight cash where his mouth is by showing up at one or more team facilities and proving that he can still run. Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports that…

Video: PFT Live: What Titans need to do this offseason

PFT Live: Mike Florio takes a look at the Tennessee Titans, stressing the need to get Chris Johnson's back to his 2010 level of play. (NBC Sports)
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