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The team in the toughest position to land Dwight Freeney on this list is the Tennessee Titans, who would have to offer more than anyone else, simply because they are a division rival.
Still, Freeney would be a great addition to Tennessee, as the Titans only compiled 28 sacks in 2011 (ranked No. 31) and allowed a total of 355 yards per game (ranked No. 18).
Also, Freeney would be the Titans best and most notable pass-rusher.
Last season Karl Klug stood out with seven sacks and Jason Jones added three sacks. Together they each forced three fumbles, which combined with sacks, is roughly equivalent to Freeney's production last season.
The Titans ranked No. 24 against the run by allowing almost 130 rush yards per game.
Against teams like the Jaguars and Texans in the AFC South, they have no shot at contending for the division unless the opposing ground game is isolated.
Tennessee will, however, have to fork over quite a bit to land Freeney.
Obviously their 2012 first-rounder will be included (No. 20 overall), as well as their second and third-rounders. This would be the minimum, but with Freeney's age and the Colts cap position, this is a great deal.
If this happened, then the Colts would have two picks in each of the first three rounds; can't complain about that while rebuilding.
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