The Tennessee Titans draft class is in and fully accounted for, as outside linebacker Harold Landry agreed Thursday to his four-year slotted contract.
Granted, the task was easier this year for Jon Robinson to get his draft class under contract, as the Titans traded around and wound up with only four selections in this year’s draft.
Landry, a rush linebacker from Boston College, was one of the main reasons for the Titans parting with a good size of their draft capital, as they moved up 16 slots in the second round to address a need in the pass rush. The Titans moved up from No. 57 to No. 41 to make the move.
Landry led the NCAA with 16.5 sacks as a junior in 2016 for Boston College an also had 22 tacles for loss. In his career, he had 26 total sacks for the Eagles.
The Titans also have a pair of other roster moves on Thursday, swapping out cornerback Jeremy Boykins and receiver Zach Pascal in favor of cornerback Jarell Carter and receiver Brandon Shippen.
The Titans roster remains at 90 players for training camp.