No. 1: Tramaine Brock
An undrafted rookie out of Belhaven, Tramaine Brock spent his first seven seasons as a member of the San Francisco 49ers, and was a member of the team in 2012 that went to Super Bowl XLVII, which it lost.
He would mainly be a special teams player for his first three seasons, and didn’t become a starter for the team until 2013, when he took over the starting job for an injured Nnamdi Asomugha midway through the season. That ended up being his best season, as he recorded five interceptions to go along with 37 tackles and 13 pass defended.
A domestic violence case against him lead to his release in 2017, but he was cleared in 2018, and since leaving San Francisco, he has bounced around the league, spending time with the Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos, and eventually the Arizona Cardinals, who waived him Monday despite being their highest-rated cornerback in coverage, according to PFF.
Brock is likely to be claimed off of waivers as, even at the age of 31, he is still a solid cornerback. The Titans might not be able to get him, as they currently sit at 19th in the NFL’s waiver order, which is determined by the current draft order.
That being said, the Titans should at least put in a waiver claim for him, as he would only count for $1.3 million against the team’s salary cap, making it a low-risk, high-reward move.