The Tennessee Titans may be in the market for a new safety this offseason, but cornerback Jason McCourty says it probably won't be him.
With Titans safety Michael Griffin entering the final season of his contract and carrying a high cap number for 2016, his future with the team is uncertain. That could create another hole to fill heading into next season.
While McCourty's twin brother, Devin, made a successful transition to safety with the New England Patriots after being drafted as a corner, Jason McCourty said he doesn't see himself taking a similar route if a spot opens up in back of the Tennessee defensive backfield.
McCourty missed 12 games in 2015 with a groin injury, but he said he's fully healed entering the offseason. The 28-year-old's return should be a boost to a Titans' defense that gave up 30 or more points the last five weeks of season.