2016 Titans Trade Possibilities


A look at a few players who could find themselves on the trade block later on this year. Some maybe because of contract issues, others maybe because their team was going to cut them anyway, and others maybe because their teams had plenty of players already at the position.

I’m only going to give explanations for the ones I think could fit with the Titans. Remember the Titans are first on the waiver wire so they may not make any trades if any this year.

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Ronald Leary, G, Dallas.

Leary has been vocal about wanting a trade. He’s not elite at run blocking or pass blocking, but he’s good at both. There have been concerns over his knee health, but the Titan’s have a glaring need at LG.

Arthur Moats, OLB, Pittsburgh. 

Arthur is a good player, he had 35 tackles last year, but he’s on a team with a lot of depth at the position which includes James Harrison. Tennessee has already gotten a few old Pittsburgh players after getting Dick Labuae to be our Defensive coordinator.

Vince Williams, ILB, Pittsburgh.

Vince’s situation is similar to Arthur’s, he’s good, but he’s on a team that’s loaded with depth at the position. We already have depth at the position, but it never hurts to add a quality player.

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  • Alejandro Villanueva, OT, Pittsburgh. 

    Villanueva maybe hard to get since Pittsburgh let Beechem walk in free agency, but he stepped in and played good while Beechem was out. With Byron Bell going down for the year on the first day of camp there is definitely a need, especially if Lewan or Cocklin goes down.

    Pierre Garçon, WR, Washington. 

    With Garcon it’s a little bit of contract issues and depth since the team drafted Josh Doctson. On the Titans he could be a veteran presence like Harry Douglas, but unlike Douglas he could be a productive player, and possibly be the team’s number one receiver.

    Deshawn Shead, CB, Seattle. 

    Deshawn could be got cheap or maybe even off waivers in late August or early September. He has shown glimpses of play making ability, and he has good instincts and an aggressive style of play. He often gets beat in coverage, but he could develop, and who better to help him than Dick Lebeau.

    Cassius Marsh, DE, Seattle. 

    Cassius is buried on the Seahawk’s depth chart, but he is a former fourth-round pick who has a talent for rushing the passer. He could play defensive end or outside linebacker as a rotational player. Even with the addition of Kevin Dodd I think the Titans could use some more depth.

    Other players likely to be on the trade block that the Titans don’t need or the price would be to high on.

    QB Nick Foles , RB CJ Spiller, LT Joe Thomas, FS JJ Wilcox, SS Barry Church, and WR Aaron Donson.