According to Wyatt, the fact that there are “no significant questions” about Roos and his ability should be reason enough for the Titans to consider a signing him to a new contract. In fact, Roos has missed only one game in his entire NFL career.
Roos, 31, has a $6.625 million base salary for the 2014 season and is currently finishing out the final year of his six-year, $43 million contract.
Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 15 offensive tackle in the league last year, so this move would make some sense, especially if Roos’ asking price is reasonable.
Wyatt mentions that if the Titans were to allow Roos to reach the open market next year, he wouldn’t be surprised to see the Steelers show interest in him given that former Titans HC Mike Munchak is now their offensive coach.