Apr 15, 2024 - Sports

Titans are No. 4 in offseason spending

L'Jarius Sneed celebrates after making a play during the Super Bowl

The Titans traded for Chiefs cornerback L'Jarius Sneed and then signed him to a contract extension. Photo: Perry Knotts/Getty Images

The Titans are among the NFL's top spenders this offseason as general manager Ran Carthon looks to revive a team that won just six games last season.

By the numbers: The Titans have doled out over $306 million to sign free agents and extend current players, according to Spotrac, which tracks professional sports contracts.

  • The Titans are fourth in offseason spending. The Carolina Panthers lead the way with $355 million.

Zoom in: The priciest contract for the Titans went to free agent wide receiver Calvin Ridley, whose deal is worth up to $92 million. Cornerback L'Jarius Sneed signed a $76.4 million extension.

Yes, but: The Titans' roster still has holes. Analysts predict Carthon will focus on the offensive line in the NFL draft later this month.

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