The Tennessee Titans hold their pass-rush unit together: Harold Landry, who would have become free agent coming week, sign a new contract shortly before the start of the Free Agency.
According to coincident reports, Landry receives a new five-year contract for up to $ 87.5 million in Tennessee. Of these, $ 52.5 million should be guaranteed. Both sides agreed immediately after the deadline for the awarding of franchise tags on the contract extension.
The 25-year-old was statistically 2021 his best season, with twelve sacks and a total of 70 quarterback pressures. Landry, a two-round pick from Titan 2018, has ever played more than 1,000 defense snaps in each of the last three years and placed over 50 pressures in each of the three seasons.
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Titans had already committed in the past offsaon Pass-Rusher Bud Dupree for five years and $ 82.4 million ($ 35 million guaranteed). In the coming year, the Treaty of Defensive Tackle Jeffery Simmons will be due.