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Vic Beasley was given 9.5 million dollars by the Titans for 3 total tackles

Vic Beasley Titans Bust
The Tennessee Titans overpaid for Vic Beasley and they were willing to cut ties with him after have a very lackluster performance.

Vic Beasley was released yesterday by the Tennessee Titans because he was horrible. The Titans will do better by playing Harold Landry. Beasley was signed in the off-season by the Titans and given a nice contract. Beasley signed a 1 year deal worth 9.5 million guaranteed and he could have earned up to 12 million.

The wild thing is Beasley only had 3 tackles in a half of a season. He was given 3 million dollars a tackle. I have tons of Twitter followers asking me who should sign Beasley, and to be honest, I do not know what to tell you. I think someone will add Beasley but I would not pay him more than the vet minimum. I would make his contract incentive based, he would have to earn his money especially after his play this year.

The 28 year old pass rusher can definitely bring some experience to a team. I mean he does in fact have 37.5 sacks in his career. He has a knack of getting to the quarterback but he has struggled this year badly. Maybe it was the Titans system, because remember Jadeveon Clowney does not have a sack either. We cannot put all the blame on Beasley at this time. Neither of them were getting the job done.

Beasley was a four star athlete in high school and played his college ball at Clemson before getting selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

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