3 trades the Tennessee Titans could still make

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The Tennessee Titans could still add some talent to the roster via a trade.

Jon Robinson loves to trade, and with the market as active as it is I imagine the Tennessee Titans are making some calls.

While the Titans have at least average level starters at just about every position (EDGE stands out as a clear need) there should still be a chance to find some “buy-low) targets with a big potential impact.

So which three players make since as potential boom candidates for Tennessee.

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1. Corey Coleman WR, Cleveland Browns

Corey Coleman is just two years away from being deemed the top WR in the 2016 NFL Draft. He is highly productive and with Josh Gordon supposedly finally coming back as the WR1 there are indications that Coleman may be on the block:

Corey Coleman fits the profile of a Jon Robinson trade target. His college production and his skill set as a deep threat means that he would have a role carved out in this offense as soon as he walks in the door.

On top of that, he would be relatively cheap and the Cleveland Browns seems willing to trade anything as they rebuild.

2. Brett Hundley QB, Green Bay

The Titans brought in Blaine Gabbert earlier today to try to find someone to fill the vacant backup QB job. With QBs being signed every day, it looks like Gabbert is the last option in FA that makes sense.

Earlier there were rumblings that the Titans had finished a deal for Brett Hundley, but that the Titans pulled out at the last minute. Here is what I think happened:

-The Titans were going to make a trade for him

-They found out that Green Bay was going to trade for DeShone Kizer

-Jon Robinson realized that they wouldn’t keep three QBs, so he waited until the price dropped or he was outright cut.

Hundley hasn’t been overly impressive with Green Bay, but he was very efficient in college and he is very athletic. I think he would make an ideal backup QB behind Marcus Mariota in the Titans new offense.

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3. Matt Longacre EDGE, L.A. Rams

So you don’t know this person (probably), but if he was on the Titans last year he would have 4th in sacks behind Brian Orakpo, Derrick Morgan and Jurrell Casey. He had 5.5 last year and he is a restricted free agent.

Technically this isn’t a trade because he is an original pick RFA with the Rams and he was undrafted. So all the Titans would have to do is give him an offer that the Rams didn’t want to match.

Right now the Titans have no depth at EDGE and they need bodies, but getting talented players who are young and have been productive in limited stats is a must.

With a high draft pick and Longacre backing up Orakpo and Morgan, the Titans would finally be able to roll EDGE players without a huge dropoff which was an issue in the past.