Perhaps the best undrafted free-agent signing is James Gayle, who offers value at both defensive end and outside linebacker.
The Titans failed to draft an outside linebacker despite it being a need. There were many who believed that the Titans would draft UCLA's Anthony Barr in the first round, but he went two spots earlier at the ninth pick.
Gayle isn't quite on the same level as Barr, but he is a solid pass-rusher. The problem is that he's limited in other areas of his game outside of simply rushing the passer.
However, Gayle is a ultra-competitive player who has the tools to make this team as a special teams contributor at the very least.
He's not an ideal size for the position and dealt with a torn labrum last season. He feels it was the reason he didn't get drafted:
Gayle's best shot at making the Titans is at defensive end, as the Titans are thin at this position after Derrick Morgan, Ropati Pitoitua and Kamerion Wimbley.
Both Wimbley and Morgan will also see time at outside linebacker in the 3-4 defense.
Gayle has the best chance out of all the team's undrafted free agents of making a moderate impact in 2014. Great signing here for the Titans to fill a big need.