Another former Titan who had their best years under Jeff Fisher.
In Fisher's last year in Tennessee, Finnegan had 100 tackles and two interceptions. The two seasons before, he racked up five interceptions each year.
He is a tough cover corner who will harass a team's No. 1 receiver and cause mistakes through frustration. During his tenure with the Titans, he had a lot of on- and off-the-field incidents, including starting a brawl between the Titans and the Texans in 2010.
However, Finnegan is joining a defense with little help for him. When the Titans had constant pressure from their defensive line during Fisher's tenure, Finnegan played great. However, last year, without a strong defensive presence on the Titans, Finnegan had 75 tackles and two interceptions—a production drop of 25% over one season.
Finnegan might bust, but with Jeff Fisher working with him again and a defensive line that has great potential, I see him continuing to put up Pro Bowl numbers.
Possible Risk: Average
Possible Reward: Pro Bowl Player