NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Atlanta Falcons weirdly announced way back on Feb. 3 that they wouldn’t be negotiating with Vic Beasley on a second contract.

It said a great deal about how the team that drafted him eighth overall out of Clemson in 2015 felt about him.BeasleyFalconsTweet

With a one-year deal that Ian Rapoport worth $9.5 million that could who up to $12 million with incentives the Titans are giving him a chance to prove himself in a new environment.

But he will come to Nashville not as a typical Jon Robinson/ Mike Vrabel type but as a guy who put forth questionable effort and need to show much better than he did a year ago.

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