National Football League free agency: Titans sign former Buccaneers WR Adam Humphries

Aubrey Yates
March 15, 2019

Adam Humphries, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and ranked No. 38 on Pete Prisco's list of best available free agents, is headed to the Tennessee Titans, according to a report from NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo.

Humphries, who set career highs with 76 catches, 816 yards and five touchdowns this past season, often was mentioned as a potential Patriots target during the leadup to free agency.

Humphries will head to Tennessee after agreeing to a deal worth $36 million dollars.

Expect the Titans to find a threat in the slot and a new sense of efficiency in third-down situations with this acquisition.

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While Humphries isn't known to the average fan, National Football League insiders have called for a big payday for the talented slot receiver. Only Minnesota Vikings star Adam Thielen recorded more receptions from the slot than Humphries (58) in the entire NFL.

The market will embrace the fifth-year receiver when the "tampering" window opens tomorrow on prospective free agents.

The Patriots have a glaring need at receiver with only Julian Edelman, Braxton Berrios, Damoun Patterson and special teamer Matthew Slater now under contract for the 2019 season.

Despite that need, New England must have deemed Humphries' price rage too steep.

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