Titans, CB Tre’Davious White slated for free-agent visit

The Tennessee Titans are reportedly one of three teams slated to meet with former Buffalo Bills cornerback, Tre’Davious White.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the veteran free agent will take a meeting with the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday before visiting the Titans and New York Giants later in the week.

White was once considered arguably the best at his position in the NFL, with the 29-year-old seeing two Pro Bowl nods and one first-team All-Pro over seven seasons with the Buffalo Bills.

But injuries derailed his career in recent years, with the LSU product suffering a torn left ACL in 2021 and a torn right Achilles in 2023.

Assuming he’ll be cheap and on a one-year deal, White is absolutely worth a flyer for Tennessee, a team in need of a second starter on the boundary.

The possibility of the Titans trading for L’Jarius Sneed seems to be fizzling out and there’s a good chance Tennessee targets a cornerback in this year’s draft, which could serve as an insurance policy for White and a potential long-term solution all in one shot.

Story originally appeared on Titans Wire