Titans extend offer to defensive tackle Chris Canty
The Titans have made an offer to free-agent defensive tackle Chris Canty. The 30-year-old will continue to explore his options, according to a report.
|Chris Canty proved his worth against Dallas QB Tony Romo. The Titans are desperate for defensive help. (US Presswire)|
Canty (6-7, 317) started all 20 games in New York’s 2011 run to the Super Bowl title but missed seven games last season due to knee issues. He still graded out as Pro Football Focus’ 19th-best defensive tackle in 2012.
The Titans are desperate for defensive help. They finished 24th against the run (127.2), 27th in total yards (374.5) and last in points allowed (29.4).
A fourth-round pick of the Cowboys in 2005, Canty spent four seasons in Dallas before signing a six-year, $42-million deal with the Giants that included $17.25 million guaranteed. Canty set career highs in 2011 with 47 tackles and four sacks.
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