Earlier today Quinton Spain tweeted that he was wondering what city he would be playing football in next season. That caused us to ask if the Titans were going to let him hit the market without a tender offer, which would have been a little bit crazy. Even if Spain doesn’t fit the new scheme, he has value. They Titans can make him a tender offer and then see what happens from there.
Well according to all of the reporters on the Titans’ beat, the team will in fact be making a tender offer to Spain. Jason Wolf (#canconfirm) is reporting that the Titans will be tendering him at the right of first refusal level, which is the lowest level (read more about what the different levels here). It means that other teams can make an offer, but the Titans will have the chance to match that offer. If they do, Spain will remain with the Titans.
Spain originally joined the Titans as an undrafted free agent in 2015. He has been the starter for the last 2 seasons and has been pretty good.