What Harold Landry is up against in his bid for a second contract

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The numbers working in Harold Landry’s favor: 4.5 and 14 in five.

The numbers working against Landry: three of 19.

The fourth-year edge rusher is doing the best work of his career in a contract year, which is always a little scary. But he is becoming one of the most valuable commodities in the NFL, a home-grown pass rusher.

Harold Landry

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He’s got 4.5 sacks and 14 pressures in the Titans’ first five games and had been relentless.

While his entire body of work will have to be considered, if the Titans don't manage to re-sign him after the season they will create a hole they’ve shown no knack for filling.

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