Titans, Da'Norris Searcy finalizing four-year deal

Da'Norris Searcy is on his way from snowbound Western New York to breezy Nashville.

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that the free-agent safety is finalizing a four-year, $24 million deal with the Tennessee Titans that will pay the fifth-year defender $10.5 million in guarantees.

Searcy logged 20 starts for the Bills over the past two seasons and ranked as our ninth-best free-agent defensive back. Set to replace the released Bernard Pollard, Searcy hits Tennessee as an improving run-stopper who played some of his best football in 2015.

The Giants also showed interest in Searcy, but the emerging backstop will instead join a secondary filled with fellow safety Michael Griffin and cornerback Jason McCourty. Tennessee struggles to land big names, but the presence of well-respected former Steelers coordinator Dick LeBeau might help attract more talent down south.

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