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Titans haven't done a whole lot thus far in free agency, signing Dexter McCluster and Al Woods to deals, but really haven't addressed their linebacking woes. I expect that to change in the coming days, today and tomorrow as the next wave of FA begins. Some guys they could look at are Brandon Spikes (never have run defense problems again) and Daryl Smith (ace in coverage). Lamarr Woodley is supposed to visit as well as Jason Hatcher, Antonio Smith, Wesley Woodyard, and Dixon visited yesterday. God help us all if we sign Woodyard and Antonio.

I really like the signing of Dexter McCluster and think he'll be a great weapon for us. He wants to take Jackie Battles number which is fine with me, and he's also a singer.

Titans signed former Steelers DT Al Woods.

Tennessee Vols fans avert your eyes, Dexter McCluster does you guys dirty.

Whiz says that Dexter gives them flexibility as he'll line up all over the place and add a wrinkle on 3rd down. I would expect some gadget plays and reverses and jet sweeps as well.

McCluster was a Pro Bowler this past year and returned two punts for touchdowns. Keep doing that and hold onto the ball Dex.

Al Woods deal is 2 years and 5 million dollars. He is stout against the run and will probably be a rotational guy that also adds some versatility as he can line up at all the line spots.

Even Climer likes McCluster so it cant be so bad!

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