Breaking News: Just In Tennessee Titans Confirm Reaching Contract Agreement For Another Top Sensational Star

The Kansas City Chiefs entered the offseason hoping to hold onto two of their finest defensive players as they prepared for the monumental goal of winning a third straight Super Bowl.

L’Jarius Sneed, the cornerback, and defensive end Chris Jones were both expected to be free agents. To remain with the Chiefs, Jones received a sizable contract extension. Like many players who receive the franchise tag, Sneed’s circumstances were more challenging. In the end, he was granted authorization to pursue a trade in late February.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Sneed has now committed to a four-year, $76.4 million contract with the Titans after being moved to Tennessee. A reported $55 million is promised as part of the agreement.

It is anticipated that the Chiefs will trade seventh-round selections with the Titans in the 2024 draft in exchange for a third-round selection in the following year’s draft.

The effect of L’Jarius Sneed on the Chiefs
After being selected in the fourth round out of Louisiana Tech, Sneed made an instant impact on the Chiefs defense, which was coming off a Super Bowl victory.

Sneed started all three playoff games as a rookie, including a loss in the Super Bowl. He also started six games during the regular season. He was a key member of two Super Bowl winning teams and started all three of those seasons.

Steve Spagnuolo, the innovative defensive coordinator, benefited from Sneed’s adaptability. Sneed moved outdoors after beginning his career as a slot cornerback. Additionally, he was a skilled blitzer off the edge, a skill Spagnuolo frequently utilized. Sneed was an effective cover corner with 108 tackles in 2022 who wasn’t scared to tackle and could pretty much do anything Spagnuolo required.

One of the Chiefs dynasty’s greatest plays was also made by Sneed. He punched out a ball from Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers in the fourth quarter of the previous season’s AFC championship game, just before Flowers crossed the goal line. The Chiefs made a comeback and won.

Sneed rapidly established himself as one of the NFL’s top cornerbacks and fit right in with the Chiefs’ offensive plan. And he desired a long-term agreement. This offseason, he was granted permission to pursue a trade in addition to being assigned the franchise tag. It was no surprise that several organizations were interested considering Sneed’s excellent play.

The Chiefs have had a lot of success in 2024, but Sneed’s contract got difficult. The Titans strengthened their defense in order to fully capitalize on this. some cornerback Chidobe Awuzie already acquired by them in free agency, Sneed will be a welcomed addition and should provide the Titans some competitiveness in the AFC South this autumn.

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