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Sunday Headlines: Will Levis signs with Titans Edition

Will Levis has inked his first NFL deal.

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Good Sunday morning! Let’s get started.

Will Levis has signed his first NFL contract with the Tennessee Titans. No details on what the specifics are just yet, but Levis and the Titans have inked the deal.

Levis, of course, was a projected top-10 pick in April’s NFL Draft before falling out of the first round entirely, and I think we all still don’t know why. The Titans traded up to get Levis in the second round with the 33rd overall selection.

Levis will go into training camp to compete with Malik Willis for the QB2 job for the opportunity to back up Ryan Tannehill, who returns to Nashville for a fifth season. Tannehill has dealt with injuries over the recent seasons, and the Titans just signed Deandre Hopkins as their WR1, so a transition to a younger option at QB could be in the works sooner rather than later.

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