Jon Robinson has shown he'll be proactive, set market with contracts for right guys

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Jon Robinson isn’t sprinting, but heading into his third season as the Titans GM he’s shown he’s willing to get ahead of the league when it comes to negotiating contracts.

A percentage of guys in his job, facing a situation comparable to another in the league, sit back and see what unfolds elsewhere, and then react.CaseyRams

Two recent instances tell us with a player he clearly wants to retain, Robinson prefers to be proactive.

On Tuesday, the Titans signed Ryan Succop to a deal ESPN reported is for five years and $20 million, with $7.25 million fully guaranteed and $8.25 million in the first two years.

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