Report: Arden Key headed to Tennessee on a three-year deal

NFL: JAN 07 Titans at Jaguars
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The Titans have agreed to terms with defensive lineman Arden Key on a three-year, $21 million deal, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports. The deal has a maximum value of $24 million and includes $13 million fully guaranteed at signing.

Key was 50th on PFT’s list of top-100 free agents.

Key, 26, reunites with new Titans General Manager Ran Carthon. They were together in 2020 in San Francisco.

Key spent last season with the Jaguars and totaled 4.5 sacks in 17 games that included three starts. He played 475 snaps on defense.

He spent his first three seasons with the Raiders after they made him a third-round selection in 2018. Key then played one season with the 49ers and one with the Jaguars.

4 responses to “Report: Arden Key headed to Tennessee on a three-year deal

  1. NO D lineman got more over paid than Tomlinson in cleveland. The more of these deals that come in for way better DTs, you know ones that actually are good enough to start on the worst Defense in football(minn). the more you see how Andrew Berry Browns GM is just out in left field with the Watson deal, over paying a nose tackle as the stud of your FA class

  2. Tough loss for the Jaguars. Key was a solid rotational guy and great in the locker room.

  3. How the hell does he make so much money? A flop with the Raiders as he was so undersized. Average with the Niners and Jaguars and now his fourth team pay a lot of money for him. 14 career sacks in 6 years !

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