5 Creative Draft Moves the Tennessee Titans Can Pull on Draft Day

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5 Creative Draft Moves the Tennessee Titans Can Pull on Draft Day
Jason DeCrow

Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster, who is prepping to to take command of his third NFL draft, has already proven his willingness and aggressiveness to trade up to get a player he wants.

The Titans are without a third-round pick after trading it last year to the San Francisco 49ers. The Titans traded their 2013 second-round pick (40th overall) and a seventh-rounder along with their 2014 third-rounder in exchange for the 49ers second-round pick (34th overall), which they used to select wide receiver Justin Hunter.

Heading into the annual college draft, the Titans have just one truly pressing need—running back. With their other selections, the Titans will look for guys to develop.

If presented with the opportunity to acquire more selections, however, the team should jump at it. Here are a few of the ways Webster and the Titans can do just that.

To make sure any trades presented in the following slides are fair, I will be using an NFL draft trade value chart from Drafttek.com.


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