Malcolm Butler To Sign With Titans


Though it comes to no surprise, the Indianapolis Colts are wasting no time looking at free agents as the legal tampering period has opened and it seems they are expressing interest in New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis.

Lewis is now on a team that made a playoff appearance previous year and is joining his former teammates Butler, and Logan Ryan.

In his rookie season with the Patriots, the Vicksburg High School alum made National Football League history with an incredible game-ending interception in Super Bowl XLIX.

But it's clear that neither that game nor the Super Bowl benching had much of an effect on Butler's market.

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Since the Super Bowl concluded five weeks ago, there has been a lot of discussion about where Lewis could end up next season. He intercepted eight passes in that three-year span and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2015. There's another $3 million via incentives. He was the hero of New England's Super Bowl win after the 2014 season, intercepting a pass to seal the 28-24 victory over Seattle. Ryan wrote on Twitter earlier Tuesday that he was working the phones recruiting free agents to Tennessee. The Titans, perhaps looking at a 2017 season in which Lewis went wire to wire and only missed one practice, are showing strong confidence in his ability to stay healthy for the long haul.

Lewis would theoretically fill the 3rd down running back and "scat-back" niche in new head coach Frank Reich's offense, which utilized Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement, and Darren Sproles in similar capacities over the past two seasons with the Eagles.

Lewis had career highs of 180 carries for 896 yards and six touchdowns, and he added 32 receptions for 214 yards and three scores.

AP Sports Writer Brett Martel in New Orleans and AP Sports Writer Kyle Hightower in Boston contributed to this report.