The case for, and finances of, re-signing Harold Landry

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The case for a contract for Harold Landry is simple.

Teams try desperately to home grow pass-rush talent. The Titans finally have. And they shouldn’t serve it up to someone else.

Harold Landry

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With Landry and Bud Dupree operating as the edge rushers outside Jeffery Simmons and Denico Autry, the Titans' defense transformed into something completely different, and it became the team's defining characteristic.

And if they let Landry leave, they are automatically in a spot where they are desperate for a second outside linebacker, as they were before they signed Dupree.

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