The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with first-round pick Taylor Lewan, making him the last 2014 first-round pick to sign a contract with their respective team.
The Tennessee Titans were the last team to sign their first-round draft pick to a contract, but they finally reached a deal with offensive tackle Taylor Lewan in time for the start of training camp. The Titans took Lewan with the 11th overall pick out of Michigan.
Lewan’s contract is for four years with an option for a fifth year as reported by NFL.com. The financial terms have not yet been disclosed. The team’s signing of Lewan was announced on their official Twitter account.
The #Titans have agreed to terms on a contract with first-round pick Taylor Lewan.
— Tennessee Titans (@TennesseeTitans) July 24, 2014
The former Michigan tackle has found himself in trouble with the law for incidents such as allegedly assaulting two Ohio State fans after they won a close game against Michigan.
Despite being troubled, Lewan has a promising career ahead of him after being a two-time All-American and three-time All-Big Ten lineman. With Michael Roos still on the team, the Titans may start Lewan at right tackle.