What does the Titans' addition of Kamalei Correa mean?


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – What are we to think about the Titans’ addition of Kamalei Correa?

Per Adam Schefter, the Titans gave up a 2019 sixth-rounder for Correa, who went to high school with Marcus Mariota and played his first two NFL seasons under Dean Pees, who was Baltimore's defensive coordinator. He now holds the same post on Mike Vrabel's staff.

Former Titans scout and special contributor to this site, Blake Beddingfield, thinks Correa is worth taking a shot on.

“Correa is similar to Aaron Wallace,” he said. “The Ravens were obviously going to cut him and Dean Pees knows him. The big issue is where to play him -- inside or out. He was a rusher in college but his skills fit inside, which is the same conversation you have about Wallace.


“It’s not a bad thing to take a flier on him. But you will probably lose Josh Carraway or Sharif Finch in process.’

Finch didn’t practice Monday and could be hurt.

Another friend familiar with Correa said he has not had a great attitude in Baltimore.

"Never really fit in Baltimore," he said. "The Ravens didn't know if he was an inside or outside guy. Thought he was going to be a pass rusher but he has trouble getting to QB because of short arms."

Correa (6-foot-3, 241) was a second-round selection (42nd overall) out of Boise State by the Ravens in 2016. Over his first two years in the NFL, he has played in 25 games, including four starts.

The Titans have to make a corresponding move by 3 p.m. CT, removing someone from the 90-man roster.

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