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The Tennessee Titans have been short of money all offseason, more than most other teams in the league.

According to Spotrac, the Titans have spent over $413 million on free agents, contract extensions and draft picks this offseason, putting them fifth in the NFL.

The only teams that spent more than the Titans are the Detroit Lions ($626 million), Philadelphia Eagles ($558 million), Carolina Panthers ($456 million) and New England Patriots ($423 million).

One of the Titans’ most expensive transactions was the $92 million contract with Calvin Ridley. It was the fourth-highest contract this offseason behind quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​of the Atlanta Falcons ($180 million), defensive tackle Christian Wilkins of the Las Vegas Raiders ($110 million) and offensive lineman Robert Hunt of the Carolina Panthers ($100 million).

At $93 million, Ridley’s contract was almost as high as the Dallas Cowboys’ total offseason spending, making it the cheapest contract in the NFL.

The Titans knew they had to make some changes during the offseason, and money can help with that. However, it’s not just the players and signings that need to change. Ultimately, the culture needs to evolve, and with new coach Brian Callahan at the helm, it seems like changes are happening on that front.

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