A powerful kicker, Succop joined the Titans prior to the start of the 2014 regular season after five seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs where he posted four 100-plus point seasons and connected on 81 percent of his field goal attempts. In his first two seasons (2014-15) with the Titans, the University of South Carolina product made good on 86.8 percent of his field goals. Last season he was solid once again -- hitting 22 of 24 three-point attempts while converting 39 of 41 extra points. He didn't miss a single kick after Week 8, converting his final 11 field goal tries and 22 PATs. The veteran will be back with the Titans in 2017 for the final year of his three-year deal, and while Succop has turned 30, age really doesn't matter for kickers the way it does for other skill positions. But the number of opportunities do. And the Titans' offense was an efficient enough scoring unit last season that Succop's field-goal attempts were low. It's not clear whether that will change this season, which limits Succop's overall upside.