The Tennessee Titans could have made a splash in what was a quiet offseason, but instead opted to watch defensive back Brandon Flowers sign with the San Diego Chargers.
CB Brandon Flowers’ 1-year deal with the #Chargers is worth up to $5M, I’m told. Can prove himself in 2014, cash in again at 29
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 24, 2014
It’s not clear what type of deal Flowers was looking for, but if it was the one-year rental type, then its obvious why Tennessee would pass.
The Titans aren’t in a position of desperate need and the price tag isn’t a bargain enough for them to make a dent in the cap space they’ve retained.
This also bodes well for the type of offseason guys like Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Coty Sensabaugh and Tommie Campbell are having, showing the Titans aren’t desperate for help in the secondary.