The Tennessee Titans weren't able to land Mario Williams in free agency but they may pick up the next best pass rusher on the market. According to a report from Adam Caplan, the Titans and free agent Kamerion Wimbley are nearing an agreement.
Wimbley visited Tennessee on Monday and Caplan reports he's staying in Nashville overnight, which is a good sign things are progressing well.
The contract would reportedly be for five years.
Wimbley was released by the Oakland Raiders last weekend in a cost-cutting move. Wimbley had signed a five-year, $48 million deal last year before the Raiders salary cap issues forced them to cut him.
Wimbley, who has 16 sacks in the last two seasons, would be a defensive end in Tennessee 4-3 defense. He was originally a first round pick by the Cleveland Browns in the 2006 NFL draft.