Titans’ contract with quarterback Ryan Tannehill was renewed for four years, with a total contract value of $118 million, including $62 million in full security and $91 million in total, according to NFL Network on Sunday.
With the League voting today for a new collective bargaining agreement, the team can now use only one privilege tag a year. Getting Tannehill done early will give Titans a chance to use the tag on running guard derrick Henry.
Tennessee hill is a Comeback Player of the year in the League last year. He has changed from an in team substitute to a stable starting line. The passer scored 117.5, which is the best player in the League last year. Last season, taneshir’s passing rate was 70.3%, pushing forward 2742 yards, reaching the formation 22 times and being intercepted 6 times. He also handed the ball to Henry many times, the latter is the regular season charge the ball code king, in three playoffs charge the ball to advance 446 yards, up to the array 2 times. In the three playoffs, Tennessee Hill passed 60 times, reached the formation 5 times and was intercepted once.