Titans And Wide Receiver Restructure Contract

Wide receiver Robert Woods agreed Tuesday to restructure his contract with the Tennessee Titans by converting $2.6 million of his base salary into a signing bonus.

The move gives the Titans more room to maneuver in season now, as the team was tight to the cap. 

Woods' contract carries a ''dead cap'' number of just over $2 million for the 2023 season. One year removed from his ACL injury, and his first year in Tennessee, Woods has 32 receptions for 351 yards and one touchdown on 56 targets. 

The thirty-year-old receiver has mostly worked as a short-area target through the early stages of his Titans' debut, and the two camps may have to revisit this offseason if the team wishes to keep the wide receiver around.

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