The St. Louis Rams have a new head coach. If Jeff Fisher is anything like the last head coach, or any other head coach in the NFL, you can imagine that he'll have an eye on his former players when free agency starts on March 13. One Tennessee Titan to keep your eye on is defensive lineman Jason Jones.
Jones is scheduled for free agency this year, and not likely to return to the Titans. In 2011, the first season in which Fisher was not the team's head coach, Tennessee moved Jones from defensive tackle to end. He split his time between the right and left sides, with poor results.
In three seasons prior to that, Jones was pretty effective as a pass rusher from the inside, three-technique spot. He had 34 quarterback pressures in 2010 to go with four sacks.
Jones was a second-round pick in 2008, when Fisher was making the calls on draft day. Just 25, Jones could be obtained as a relatively inexpensive upgrade for the Rams defensive tackle rotation, where Fred Robbins is getting long in the tooth.