Former Indianapolis Colts guard Jake Scott has left his former team and signed with the divisional rival Tennessee Titans.
The Tennessean, citing unnamed sources, reported Monday that the Titans have agreed to a four-year deal with guard Jake Scott, who played the past four seasons for the Indianapolis Colts.
Scott, 26, started 55 straight games for Indianapolis. His new deal with the Titans will average $5 million per season, the Tennessean reported.
This takes another OL off the market for the Chiefs. After doing a five hour live blog (yeah, thats right, it was five hours) yesterday and talking with other Chief fans, I have concluded that the Chiefs have to at least sign one free agent offensive lineman. If we wait and think we can draft two to three OL starters, then the Chiefs are crazy. We need to at least bring in somebody with a chance to start so we do not handcuff ourselves on draft day. That will force us to reach the entire draft and we know what reaching does for you in the draft, just take a look at the Dick Vermeil drafts.