Here is a free agency recap for the Titans. After losing in the divisional round of the playoffs, the Titans went all in during the free agency period to build a super bowl caliber team under new head coach Mike Vrabel. They targeted two former Patriots, as they signed CB Malcom Butler to a five year/$61M Deal, and RB Dion Lewis to a 4 year/$19.5M Deal. Despite the heavy price tag, I love the Butler signing because I believe he’s a capable number one corner (which the Titans needed badly), and will flourish in a change of scenery. He was in the middle of a lot of trade talks during his tenure with the Pats, and that clearly affected his production. Lewis is also a solid signing, as he’s a great compliment to workhorse RB Derrick Henry. Tennessee didn’t make many mistakes during free agency, but one possible mistake is signing QB Blaine Gabbert to be the backup QB. Considering Marcus Mariota is a mobile QB, it might have been wise to sign someone with a similar skillset, so the offense wouldn’t have to go through a dramatic change if Mariota got hurt like it did last year with Matt Cassel as the backup QB. The Titans have a need at left guard and had a lot of extra cap space. Therefore, they should’ve gone all in on all pro guard Andrew Norwell. In signing Norwell, the Titans would’ve filled their biggest need with an all pro and would’ve prevented him from going to the rival Jaguars. Instead, Tennessee signed OG Kevin Pamphile to compete for the left guard spot. It’s an under the radar move, but if Pamphile wins the starting job, then it becomes a great value sign for the Titans. Overall, the Titans has a great free agency, made close to zero mistakes. They could’ve possibly used upgrades at guard and linebacker, but the roster is in great shape.