The Tennessee Titans signed one of their biggest free agents, as they agreed to a four-year, $118 million extension with quarterback Ryan Tannehill according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
The #Titans have agreed to terms with QB Ryan Tannehill on a 4-year deal worth $118M, source says. He gets $91M in total guarantees and $62M in fully guaranteed money. A huge payday after leading Tennessee to the playoffs.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 15, 2020
Tannehill, 31, joined the Titans last year after being traded from Miami. He originally started the season on the bench, but when Marcus Mariota struggled, he was inserted into the starting lineup. Tannehill was able to lead the Titans from a 2-5 record all the way into the playoffs and then to the AFC Championship Game.
In his career, he has thrown for 23,176 yards, 145 touchdowns and 81 interceptions on 63.5 percent completion. He had career bests in yards per attempt and yards per completion with the Titans this season.
The Titans can now franchise running back Derrick Henry to keep their dynamic duo from last season together.
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