Mailbag: Some free agents I think Titans will chase

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Greetings, people of Earth.

I requested questions. You kindly provided them. I shall attempt to answer. I like how this works.

Paul Kuharsky: I think linebacker James Harrison will be part of things if Dick LeBeau wants him, and I expect he will. I think he'd be the one Steeler to come over. We need to see what the outside linebacker options are after more cuts, after the tag period ends in a few days and then with re-signings before March 10. But the Titans will go after an edge guy, for sure. I could see them grabbing Doug Free or Jermey Parnell from Dallas to take over at right tackle. And see the next question regarding the biggest free agent to-be.

Paul Kuharsky: Well, it's all important; everything works in concert. But the current roster has way more players with talent and options on the defensive line than at outside linebacker. Outside linebacker is the No. 1 priority not just on defense, but for the entire team. I'm expecting a free agent and a high draft pick to address the spot. I think Derrick Morgan will wind up elsewhere. All that said, the biggest thing you want is a super-impact guy. If Ndamukong Suh makes it to the market, he's such a significant impact guy that I believe they will be in the chase.

Paul Kuharsky: Because Nicole Holder testified in court that Greg Hardy "looked me in my eyes and he told me he was going to kill me. I was so scared I wanted to die. When he loosened his grip slightly, I said, 'Just do it. Kill me.'"

Paul Kuharsky: White/gold. While it's silly, I love this thing and here's why. We've divided up into teams on something completely nonsensical and whimsical. Liberals and conservative, Yankees fans and Red Sox fans, Hatfields and McCoys are standing together based on black/blue or white/gold. We've set aside our other differences in the name of how we divide on this one random thing. Can this dress actually help America get along better? OK, I'm stretching with that last part. If you're black/blue, I want no part of you.

Paul Kuharsky: Given the large list of needs, I can't see a high pick on another running back. If they draft one, I'd expect he's fourth round or lower. Bishop Sankey needs to play a lot better and get more opportunity in Year 2.