Titans Cornerback L’Jarius Sneed Confirms His Knee is Healthy Despite Signing $76 Million Extension

Tennessee Titans Make a Splash with L’Jarius Sneed: The New Cornerback Signs a Four-Year Contract Worth $76.4 Million

The Tennessee Titans have officially welcomed their new cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, who has signed a four-year, $76.4 million deal with $55 million guaranteed. During his introductory news conference, Sneed addressed the concerns raised by reporters about his knee, emphasizing that there is nothing wrong with it and he played an entire season without any issues. Despite some past problems with his knee, Sneed reassured everyone that he is currently in good health.

Sneed’s addition to the Titans comes at a time of change for the team, with a new head coach taking over from Mike Vrabel. Sneed’s performance last season, highlighted by a crucial play in the AFC Championship game against the Baltimore Ravens, earned him high praise from Pro Football Focus. His arrival on the team is expected to make a significant impact as the Titans aim to improve and compete in the upcoming season.

The Titans made a substantial investment in Sneed despite initial concerns about his knee. However, they were confident in his abilities and health. The Chiefs faced salary cap constraints and had to make tough decisions regarding their roster when trading him away. In recent years, Sneed has proven himself to be effective on the field and durable.

During his time with the Kansas City Chiefs, he only missed three games in three seasons since his rookie year due to injury. The rumors about his knee were likely due to reports suggesting that an injury affected his trade market before ultimately landing with the Titans.

In conclusion, L’Jarius Sneed’s acquisition by the Tennessee Titans represents a significant investment in talent and potential for success on and off the field. His addition will undoubtedly have an impact on how they perform next season and could help them achieve their goals of competing at a higher level.

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