The Titans released safety Michael Griffin in February, leaving them in need of some additional help at the position heading into the 2016 season.
Rashad Johnson could be part of the plan to fill that hole. Paul Kuharsky of ESPN reports that Johnson is in Nashville to meet with the Titans on Monday, which fits with both previous reports about Johnson’s plans and Johnson’s own Sunday night tweets about his travel plans.
Johnson started 30 games for the Cardinals over the last two seasons and appeared in at least 10 games for Arizona every year since they made him a third-round pick in 2009. He had five interceptions last year and 14 across the last four seasons, which is likely appealing to the Titans after they finished 26th in the league with 19 takeaways last season.
Former Broncos guard Louis Vasquez also tweeted on Sunday that he will be meeting with the Titans, confirming a report from last week and giving the Titans an option to go with recently signed center Ben Jones on what they hope will be a better offensive line in 2016.
Kuharsky adds that cornerback Antwon Blake is also in town for a visit as he looks for his 2016 team after a rough year as a starter for the Steelers.