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Titans Two biggest movements with huge question marks

NASHVILLE – Assessing the Tennessee Titans’ offseason moves several months before the season opener is a common practice, as it is for any National Football League team, but it’s important to remember that the real numbers won’t be known until the 2024 season ends.

Sports Illustrated recently reviewed the offseason for the AFC South. The publication gave the team a grade that Titans fans might not like.

SI graded the Titans a C-, the lowest grade of the four teams. The premise of the low grade is that the Titans spent too much on signing free agents and reached out in the draft on T’Vondre Sweat.

“Ridley is a good receiver who had 1,000 receiving yards last year,” Matt Verderame wrote. “The problem? Ridley got a four-year contract worth $92 million, including $46.9 million in guaranteed money. Ridley is already 29 years old and has only produced at a star level for one year of his career.

Then there’s the Sneed trade. Sneed played at the All-Pro level for the Kansas City Chiefs last season despite not earning the accolades. However, Sneed was signed to a four-year, $76.4 million contract with a whopping $ 55 million guaranteed. That’s a lot of money for a corner to learn a new system and deal with a knee that was a concern last season.”

The Titans will look to turn their 2024 season into something successful after a 2023 campaign. They will look to Ridley and Sneed to make that happen, but not everyone is convinced it will help.

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