Players the Titans need to think a year ahead on

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Because the current state of their roster and salary cap dictates so much work pertaining to 2023, it’s difficult to look beyond the league year that starts on March 15 and the season that will kick off in September.

But teams that are in good working order are not just looking at the coming season as they plan for personnel, but for a year and even two years ahead.Denico Autry

We’ve covered the most significant decision pertaining to the 2024 Titans quite thoroughly as we’ve contemplated their direction with Ryan Tannehill, who’s got a $36.6 salary cap number in 2023, the final year of his four-year contract.

What about other key players who are heading into the final year of their deals?

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