Taylor Lewan, Titans agree on $80M extension

Taylor Lewan is making wide receiver money.The Tennessee Titans announced the left tackle signed a contract extension on Friday.NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported the extension is for five years, worth $80 million ($16 million per season) with $50 million in guarantees, per a source informed of the deal.The contract makes Lewan the new highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history, topping Nate Solder’s four-year, $62 million deal from earlier this offseason.Lewan is slated to make $9.34 million under the final year of his rookie deal. Now he’s under contract in Tennessee through the 2023 season.The No. 11 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Lewan has developed into one of the top left tackles in the NFL. The Michigan product owns a nasty streak that, while it can get him in trouble at times, enables him to dominate opponents off the ball.

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Final Day of Training Camp: By Alex Abernathy

The final practice of Titans training camp today happened alongside the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Amidst off and on rain, the teams remained on the outdoor fields and never moved inside.   The Titans offense got off to a slow start today in red zone one on ones. The teams went straight from one on ones…

Joint Practice #1 Recap: By Alex Abernathy and Eli Hiskey

To headline the day, there were no team brawls, so it was a positive day one from joint practices between the Titans and the Bucs. The day was spent with the Titans offense and Bucs defense on one field, and then the Titans defense and Bucs offense on another, until the final portion of practice…

Bubble Practice Recap: By Alex Abernathy and Eli Hiskey

Coach Vrabel took the team inside the bubble today for practice to help get them out of the sun a little before Tampa Bay comes to town for two joint practices on Wednesday and Thursday and then the preseason game vs. the Buccaneers on Saturday. The offense got off to a rocky start today with…

Titans Weekend Wrap-up: By Alex Abernathy and Eli Hiskey

Friday: Following the game at Green Bay on Thursday night, Mike Vrabel had a press conference to talk about his first preseason fame as a head coach. Vrabel was impressed by the play of Harold Landry including his strip sack. Cameron Batson’s aggressiveness while returning kicks also stuck out to the head coach. What Vrabel…