With free agency (mostly) in the rear view mirror, we now have a better idea of what the Tennessee Titans might choose to do in the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Titans addressed several of their biggest positions of need in free agency. Tennessee signed Adam Humphries to give Marcus Mariota a reliable wide receiver. They added a veteran edge rusher in Cameron Wake and they solidified their interior offensive line with the addition of Roger Saffold.
Tennessee also made the wise decision to bring Kenny Vaccaro back to Nashville, after the veteran safety performed well in relief of Johnathan Cyprien last season (Cyprien was released this off-season after injuring his ACL last fall).
The Titans’ free agency moves will now allow the franchise to take more of a “best player available” approach during the 2019 NFL Draft.
But while I think the Titans will worry less about need and more about talent, I still believe general manager Jon Robinson will narrow his focus to a few specific positions.
With that in mind, here’s how I think the Titans’ 2019 draft could play out.
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