What trade should the Tennessee Titans try to push?
Looking short term the best option is probably for the Tennessee Titans to try and push LeShaun Sims as the trade candidate.
In that scenario the Titans keep their starting defense in tact and know exactly what they are getting from everyone on the field. If they feel confident that Tye Smith is healthy enough to go, then they may be making a lateral move at backup while picking up a pick or player that they wouldn’t get otherwise.
However, just for the chaos of all of it I would really likely to see the Jets make a push for Malcolm Butler.
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Firstly, it could be as part of a package to land Leonard Williams for the Titans which would be a great shot of adrenaline to the front line on defense. By the end of the year the Titans would have a three man rotation on the DL with Jurrell Casey, Jeffery Simmons and Williams
Secondly, with cap crisis 2020 (trademark pending) coming up the Titans need to consider every possible way to increase cap space before free agency. That trade would be a $5 million cap addition this year and $13 million increase in 2020.
That is massive and could be the difference in keeping everyone and still being able to make a splash in free agency, or pinching pennies and cutting players just to keep three or four of the five key free agents next year.