Tennessee Titans’ Defensive Coordinator Dick LeBeau will begin to implement more of his scheme during his second year in Nashville, and, to do that, it helps to bring in those familiar with his system.
The Titans inked cornerback Brice McCain to a reported two-year, $5 million dollar deal Wednesday that will reunite the defensive back with his former coordinator after the two were together with the Pittsburgh Steelers. McCain was released from the Miami Dolphins earlier this offseason.
“He is a good coach, and he is smart. He has a good vibe to him,” said McCain of LeBeau in his first interview as a Titan. “He makes you want to run through a brick wall for him.”
McCain started 11 games and appeared in 14 total for Miami, in which he recorded 39 tackles and an interception.
The seventh-year veteran will look to bolster the Titans’ secondary, working alongside Jason McCourty, Bilidi Wreh-Wilson, and Perish Cox, assuming that they are on the roster at the beginning of the regular season.