the Tennessee Titans I lost another free agent to Chicago Bears Monday evening.
defensive end DeMarcus Walkerwho recorded a career-high seven sacks with the Titans in 2022, signed with the Bears In NFL Free Agency On Monday, Walker’s agent confirmed to the Tennessee newspaper. According to a Garafolo report, the Bears will pay Walker $7 million over the next two seasons.
Walker played one season with the Titans after one year with the team Houston Tx and four years with Denver Broncos. He only had 12.5 sacks in his first five seasons before emerging as one of the Titans’ most effective pass tacklers in the second half of 2022, filling in for injuries to Titans rookies like Deniko Autry.
Walker was the second former Titan to sign with the Bears on Monday. The Bears have also reportedly signed on to guard Nate Daviswho has spent the past four years on the Titans’ offensive line.
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The Titans have a number of rookies getting into free agency in the off-season. In addition to out-of-contract players like linebacker David Long, offensive lineman Nate Davis, and Aaron Brewer, the Giants have also released or are expected to release an offensive tackle Taylor LewanRobert Woods Receiver, Linebacker Zack Cunningham And Bud Dupriand center Ben Jones and kicker Randy Bullock.
In releasing these veterans, the Giants freed up nearly $50 million in cap space and put the team under the salary cap, giving the team the ninth-largest amount available to spend for 2023.
Titans GM Ran Carthon is one of two first-year general managers in the league this offseason and inherits a team that lost seven straight games to finish the 2022 season, missing the playoffs for the first time since 2018.
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