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The Titans desperately need some grit to return to the secondary once again, and LaRon Landry would certainly bring that to the table.
Per ESPN.com, it's looking very unlikely that the Jets retain Landry for next season, and that means that the Titans will have an opportunity to target him.
Releasing Jordan Babineaux would free up some room to sign Landry to a decent contract, and this would be money worth spending.
Landry will probably want a long-term deal, so the Titans will need to do some negotiating to make a deal like this happen.
With that said, Landry would help this secondary by leaps and bounds. He also would be a valuable piece to be used in blitz packages.
If the Titans can figure out a way to come to a sensible agreement with the hard-hitting safety, then it would certainly boost the secondary for 2013.
Landry would also be a great piece in the new defensive system that will be put into place by the newly hired Gregg Williams.