4 potential free agent replacements for Cowboys DE Randy Gregory
2. Harold Landry III, Tennessee Titans
There is a lot to like about Harold Landry. For starters, he hasn’t missed a game for the Titans since he earned a starting role with the team. That durability and consistency is something any team would love to have. Additionally, Landry was named to the Pro Bowl this year, meaning he would join the Cowboys coming off his best year in the league.
In his fourth season in the NFL, Landry had 12 sacks, 51 solo tackles, 14 tackles for loss, and 22 QB hits. In his over 2,600 snaps since 2019. Landry has proven versatility by splitting his snaps at defensive end and stand-up outside linebacker. Plus, he is still in the prime of his career at just 25 years old.
Because of his young age, PFF expects Landry to sign a four-year, $60 million deal. That’s not a low price tag, but his stats and potential do prove the price is worth it. An issue for the Cowboys is that Landry has expressed his desire to stay in Tennessee. However, the Titans are also in the red in terms of cap space (though not as bad as Dallas).
Regardless of where he lands, you can expect Landry to continue making an impact in the NFL as a promising edge rusher.