NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Given a choice, NFL teams will almost always take youth and speed.

That’s why the presumption with the Titans at cornerback -- where they need stability, depth and talent but also likely have to save money – is that the team will stick with Adoree’ Jackson on his fifth-year option and could make a move with the pricey Malcolm Butler.


Doing so will require the franchise to force memories of 2020 out of their head. Butler was arguably the team’s best defensive player, ready to fight every week and doing all he could to set a tone for the defensive backfield typically unable to pick up on it.

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