Titans are ready to unleash there big signing S Jamal Adams

According to Turron Davenport, the Titans reached an agreement to sign S Jamal Adams on Thursday.

This reunites Adams with DC Dennard Wilson from his early days with the Jets. This offseason, we identified Tennessee as one of Adams’ top potential destination spots.

Tennessee has two starters in Amani Hooker and Elijah Molden but the depth chart behind them is wide open and both are less entrenched than Tampa Bay’s starters. Adams could easily have a role as the third safety and has a path to earn more.

Adams might also help the Titans at linebacker, where the depth chart is quite open. Tennessee signed free agent Kenneth Murray and used a fourth-round pick on Cedric Gray. Seventh-round pick James Williams was a college safety who appears to be transitioning to linebacker in the mold of Jayron Kearse, and holdovers include former college free agents Jack Gibbens and Otis Reese.

Adams, 28, is a former first-round choice by the Jets out of LSU in 2017. He completed the fourth year of his four-year rookie deal, which was worth $22,256,084, including a signing bonus of $14,326,244.

The Jets activated Adams’ fifth-year option before moving him to the Seahawks for a package that included two first-round picks. Seattle later signed him to a four-year, $70 million agreement in August 2021. The Seahawks released Adams in March.

Adams played nine games for the Seahawks in 2023, totaling 48 tackles and two pass defenses.

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