Calvin Ridley has a new NFL home. The longtime Atlanta Falcon turned one-time Jacksonville Jaguar is on the move once again. This time, to Nashville, Tennessee to join the Titans.

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Ridley's had two 1,000-yard seasons in the NFL, one in his final full season with the Falcons and one this past season with the Jaguars. Ridley spent some time during the 2021 season away from the team due to 'mental health' reasons. Ridley was then suspended for the entirety of the 2022 season due to a gambling suspension.

During his NFL career, Ridley has accumulated 4,358 yards and 36 touchdowns. According to Ian Rapaport, Ridley will sign with the Tennessee.

The 26th overall pick from the 2018 NFL draft will link up with former Kentucky quarterback Will Levis in an SEC-to-SEC connection.

Ridley's contract is a 4-year, $92 million dollar deal with $50 million guaranteed.

During his time at Alabama, Ridley had over 2,700 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns. He won two national championships with the Crimson Tide.

Now, joining the Tennessee Titans, Ridley will look to play a key role in the soft rebuild of the franchise. Led by quarterback Will Levis, the Titans are still looking to recover from losing star running back Derrick Henry in free agency.

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