Potential trade targets the Tennessee Titans should call the Atlanta Falcons about.
The more I go through these lists, the more I respect what Tennessee Titans GM Jon Robinson and the front office have done to get so much talent on the roster without killing their cap space.
For the Atlanta Falcons, everything was pretty solid until a few days ago when they agreed to terms on a massive new contract for Grady Jarrett. Not only that, but it seems like a big deal for Julio Jones may not be far behind.
The Falcons should almost be in full fire sale mode, or at least as much as you can be with many of your players in their primes.
I would think the best game plan for Atlanta would be to move any free agents over the next year that they can’t afford to keep or don’t want to keep, any players where the starters are already decided ahead of them, or anyone on the fringe of the roster that they can get any compensation for.
There are actually five players (the most of any team so far in this series) that make sense as trade candidates that the Tennessee Titans should chase.