NASHVILLE, Tenn. – We don’t have a full picture of how the Titans’ salary cap expenditures for 2021 will look, but we have a pretty good sense at this point.

Maybe something happens to a big-dollar guy between now and opening day, but it’s not real likely. Maybe they still add someone costly.

Right now, only the most expensive 51 players count against the cap.

Allocation

I found this graphic from former Jets GM and Dolphins president Mike Tannenbaum interesting. Tannenbaum is now part of The 33rd Team, a collective of former coaches and GMs who analyze the NFL.

This gives us a sense of how recent Super-Bowl participants have allocated cap resources by position as opposed to the league average.

The chart was part of a bigger story that looked into salary cap allocations.

I plugged the Titans’ current numbers into the same groupings to see how they measured against this.

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