This would be a blockbuster deal if the Titans can make it happen, and a report from Sports Illustraded's Peter King says that they're really going to heavily pursue Andy Levitre.
Levitre would instantly boost the pass-protection problems that have really stunted Jake Locker's progression.
There are a couple of other teams also very interested in adding Levitre to their rosters, with the Colts and Broncos being the two biggest suitors.
The Titans have the cap space to sign Levitre to a long-term deal, and it's no secret that the interior offensive line is one of the biggest needs for the Titans this offseason.
Levitre would also be a major upgrade to the aging Steve Hutchinson.
Hopefully the Titans will come out on top and avoid a repeat from last offseason's push for Peyton Manning. If there's one safe bet at the Titans bringing in a big free agent, it's going to be Levitre.
Plan on Levitre ending up in a Titans uniform when it's all over with, and that will give the Titans more freedom to explore drafting mainly defensive players in the NFL draft.