Tennessee Titans agree to terms with first-round selection


The Tennessee Titans officially came to terms with first-round pick Taylor Lewan Thursday, according to the Associated Press:

“The Titans announced the deal Thursday. The Titans report for training camp Friday.

The team did not release terms. Lewan reportedly received a four-year deal worth $11.5 million with a signing bonus of $6.7 million.”

Lewan was the last unsigned rookie. He is expected to compete for a starting job right out of the gate.

“He’ll compete in multiple spots,” Webster said of plans for Lewan. “When we took him, we want guys to come in and contribute right away and play. But we also had an eye for the future, so we’ll see where it goes. We feel great about our depth at tackle and just our group in general at the offensive line.”

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