With NFL free agency right around the corner, teams are currently looking at their existing rosters to decide who to bring back for 2022.
For the Tennessee Titans, the decision to bring back outside linebacker Harold Landry proved to be easier than some people expected with the team signing him to a 5-year, $87.5M deal.
The 2018 second round pick recorded 12 sacks last season while helping the Titans secure the top-seed in the AFC. While Titans fans have been left wondering what would happen with the team’s top edge rusher, the conversation online prior to his signing had gone quiet.
While Landry may not be the household name that a Joey Bosa or Khalil Mack are, the former Boston College star has been a large part of the team’s success since arriving in Nashville.
Titans’ fans appeared to be happy with the re-signing with an overwhelming 90.8% of the conversation leaning positive.
In addition to re-signing Landry, Tennessee is also bringing back key contributors defensive tackle Teair Tart and wide receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. However, the team did decide to part ways with former third round running back Darrynton Evans, and offensive linemen Kendal Lamm and Rodger Saffold.