- Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reported Wednesday that the Titans have interest in Woodley.
- Woodley spent Wednesday night with the Raiders.
Woodley, 29, dealt with numerous injuries this year which limited him to appearing in just 11 games. Since signing a six-year deal worth $61.5 million back in 2011, Woodley has missed 14 games due injury.
In 2013, Woodley 36 tackles and five sacks to go along with a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Jason La Canfora reports that there is a “strong sense” among in Steelers organization that recently released OLB LaMarr Woodley will end up signing with the Titans.
- La Canfora mentions that Woodley would be reunited with his former coach Ray Horton in Tennessee if he were to go this route.
The Steelers elected to designat Woodley as a June-1 release, which will free up $8 million cap space later in the summer. After they placed the transition tag on Jason Worilds it became clear that something needed to be done to free up extra cap room, and Woodley was the most likely player to be on the outs.
The Titans are known to be in the market for pass-rush help, and I’m sure Woodley could help