Tennessee Titans: Drafting For Need

Jon Robinson has an evident philosophy when it comes to drafting. I've heard over and over that drafting based on need as opposed to the best player available is a recipe for disaster.  Having a need so great that you are forced to pass on an all-star sure fire player is not the best way to build a roster.  Well Jon Robinson begs to differ. 2016 was Jon Robinson's first draft...
Via Music City Miracles
8 hours ago

Todd McShay calls Corey Davis the Titans best draft pick from the 2017 NFL Draft

Finally someone gets it! Todd McShay, in his best pick for each team piece (In$ider), has a very well thought out piece on the Titans. Hopefully this will help all of the rest of the so called experts out there understand why saying Davis was a reach at 5 is just stupid. You might think this was a reach, but let me explain. Owning the No. 5 and 18 picks, the first round was always...
Via Music City Miracles
8 hours ago

NFL draft grades 2017: Mocking the draft’s take on the Titans

All the weapons. John Robinson was a busy man today. He was wheelin’ and dealin’ all the way through the 7th round. The Titans did a nice job of surrounding Marcus Mariota with weapons in this draft and adding some quality depth at a few positions. I can’t wait to see this draft class on the field Dan Kadar of Mocking the Draft gave the Titans a B- for their draft. Here is...
Via Music City Miracles
22 hours ago

2017 NFL Draft Grades: Tennessee Titans Day 2 Picks

Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

Titans focus on helping Marcus Mariota on 2nd night of draft

Via Associated Press
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Marquette King roasts Twitter troll over Tyreek Hill jab

An unsuspecting Twitter user got a sombering reminder on Friday not to bring that weak stuff into the King’s court.After former USC standout Adoree’ Jackson reacted to being drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Oakland Raiders punter Marquette King tweeted him congrats and offered some light banter. Of course, it was inevitable that somebody...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

How does Adoree’ Jackson fit with Tennessee?

As the lone Trojan taken in the first round, we take a look at what Jackson can provide In the lead up to the NFL draft, I took a look at all the Trojan prospects and chose what I thought would be the best landing spots for all of them. When it came time to choose a perfect fit for USC Cornerback Adoree’ Jackson, I let my heart interfere a little bit with my head and chose the...
Via Conquest Chronicles
1 day ago

2017 NFL Draft: Tennessee Titans, Jon Robinson Mix It Up In First Round

Via FOX Sports
2 days ago

Adoree’ Jackson Picked By Tennessee Titans In First Round of 2017 NFL Draft

The Tennessee Titans selected USC cornerback Adoree’ Jackson with the No. 18 pick in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday in Philadelphia. Adoree’ Jackson has found his NFL home and it’s with the Tennessee Titans The Titans made Jackson their man with the No.18 pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, picking […] Adoree’ Jackson Picked By Tennessee Titans In First Round...
Via Reign of Troy
2 days ago

Tennessee Titans draft WR Corey Davis with No. 5 pick

Corey Davis was expected to be a first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, but very few thought he would be drafted at No. 5. Whether people were concerned about his ankle issues or dropped pass problems, there were not many that thought the Tennessee Titans would draft him quite as high as they have. Last season at Western Michigan, Davis ended up catching 97 passes for 1,500 yards...
Via This Given Sunday
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Broncos have talked to Titans about moving into top five

Denver Broncos general manager John Elway has always found a way to be active during the draft. Last year saw him move up in the first round to select quarterback Paxton Lynch. The year prior, Denver moved up in the first to draft former Missouri pass rusher Shane Ray.The theme here is obvious. Elway targets a specific player or an area of need and go gets his guy.So when reports...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: No communication between Derrick Henry, Titans

Acting as the primary backup to DeMarco Murray as a rookie last season, Derrick Henry put up a rather solid performance for the Tennessee Titans. He averaged 4.5 yards per rush and scored five touchdowns on 123 touches.A second-round pick back in 2016, most figured that Henry would ultimately become the Titans’ lead running back. And while that might be the case a bit further down...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Titans reportedly looking to trade out of top five

There’s been a lot of buzz about teams in the top 10 looking to move down when the first round of the NFL draft gets going on Thursday.NFL Media’s Mike Silver has reported that multiple teams picking in the top eight have discussed trade-down scenarios with the Cleveland Browns.Now comes this report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter indicating that the Tennessee Titans are seriously...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans pick up 5th-year option on left tackle Taylor Lewan

Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans Dos and Don’ts for the upcoming draft

The Tennessee Titans have a lot riding on this year’s NFL Draft. It’s already inching towards the end of April and as the draft gets closer and closer, here’s a list of things the Titans should do and should not do in this upcoming draft. Do Get a wide receiver  The Titans need a wide receiver. They should try and go for Corey Davis, the former standout receiver at Western...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: At least four teams looking to trade out of top 10

With the lack of NFL-ready talent at the quarterback position in this year’s NFL Draft class, it is no surprise there are at least four — and possibly five or more — teams who are reportedly interested in trading back in the first round.According to Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole, the Titans, Bills, Jets and 49ers are all exploring the possibility of trading out of the top...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Mariota sounds upbeat about his recovery from injury

Marcus Mariota doesn’t sound like a guy who broke his right fibula in late December. Mariota went down with the injury at the tail end of an epic sophomore campaign right around the time Derek Carr did the same with the Oakland Raiders, putting a damper on the AFC’s future. Given the severity of the injury, it’s refreshing to hear Mariota has quite the optimistic timetable...
Via The Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

DeMarco Murray: Tony Romo has 'something left in the tank'

The line of people who think Tony Romo can still play in the NFL at a high level is quite long.By now, even casual fans know Romo left football after Dak Prescott took his job with the Dallas Cowboys, joining CBS as a color commentator. In fact, as the top color commentator, a sign of confidence from the folks in charge.While admitting Romo will probably be great at his new job,...
Via The Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Derrick Henry criticized by teammate for missing voluntary workouts

The early portion of offseason training for NFL teams is optional, but most players show up and expect their teammates to do the same. Those who choose not to attend risk being accused of selfishness, as Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry could tell you.Henry, who is entering his second NFL season, did not report to voluntary workouts on Monday. Titans Pro Bowl defensive...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Will the New England Patriots sign Jason McCourty?

How cool would it be for the New England Patriots to sign cornerback Jason McCourty? Well for starters, it would help solidify a position that seems to have some turmoil with the Malcolm Butler drama. It would also unite safety (and captain) Devin McCourty with his twin brother. They had played their entire lives together until Jason was drafted a year earlier than Devin in 2009...
Via isportsweb.com
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason McCourty’s release strengthens Titans’ case for cornerback with No. 5 pick

If the Tennessee Titans weren’t already set on taking a cornerback with the fifth overall pick in the draft, they are now. As NFL Network’s Ian Rapaport reported on Thursday, the Titans released nine-year veteran Jason McCourty, freeing up a starting spot opposite Logan Ryan in the secondary. McCourty led the Titans in passes defended a year ago and finished with the second...
Via The Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

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