Andrew Whitworth OT, Cincinnati Bengals
-The Bengals drafted two offensive tackles last year and though they will replace Andre Smith with one this year, it makes a lot of sense to slowly phase Whitworth out too. He is older, but he is still a top-10 left tackle in the league.
Max Unger C, New Orleans Saints
-Unger was a huge deal two years ago, but while he may be a good center the value of a center on a bad offensive line decreases quickly. Unger is someone who should still have a big market and like I said before the Saints need to start focusing on the future.
D.J. Fluker T/G, San Diego Chargers
-If the Chargers end up with Laremy Tunsil or another offensive tackle in this draft it would make a lot of sense to move Fluker. He is a mauler and works inside at guard, but being able to sell on an offensive tackle you don’t believe in as you upgrade on him could be a great way to get a solid pick this year.
-This is a pretty strong group of trade market candidates and one that the Titans should look at. Not only is there some offensive tackle help here, but with the flexibility they have inside adding Unger or Fluker for a 3rd rounder and letting Ben Jones play the other center/guard spot could make this line so much more secure.