Only 3 ways the Tennessee Titans should use their new money
By Will Lomas
What should the Tennessee Titans do with their new money?
Business in the NFL is hard on fans and even harder on players, just look at Tennessee Titans future all-decade member Jurrell Casey.
Casey was traded for a late round draft pick and the odds are that the player acquired with that pick won’t even make the Titans roster. However, the trade was never really about the pick at all.
In fact, for all the people who think that Jurrell Casey is about to be a star in Denver, it was fairly clear to me that the best two DTs on the roster were Jeffery Simmons and then Daquan Jones.
But, I know that I was in the minority and I didn’t write this article to debate which DTs were best. I wrote this because when a move like this is made, it rarely is made without a plan in place.
I would bet that the Titans and GM Jon Robinson knew exactly what they planned to do with the money that they recouped from the Jurrell Casey trade before they even made the move. Not only that, but I bet there is a backup strategy as well.
So, just to cover my bases I am going to outline what I think the plan A, plan B and plan C are for the Titans with that new money.