If Titans miss on Jadeveon Clowney, they should trade for Kansas City Chiefs, Chris Jones

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Should the Tennessee Titans make a push for the All-Pro?

DeAndre Hopkins, Calais Campbell, Yannick Ngakoue, Stephon Diggs, DeForest Buckner, and now Chris Jones?

This offseason has seen a lot of great players and even some elite players move teams, look no further than the AFC South which will probably see three of the four teams making a big trade.

The Houston Texans were robbed by the Arizona Cardinals who used a Jedi mind trick to convince Bill O’Brien to trade his best player for their worst contract and a 2nd round pick.

Jacksonville lost Calais Campbell and will lose Yannick Ngakoue shortly, but the Jaguars haven’t imported any new talent to replace those stars. Maybe they will be able to land a high caliber player in the draft after they traded away their best player (Jalen Ramsey) in the middle of the 2019 season.

However, if history has taught us one thing it is that unless you give the Jaguars a top-10 pick, they are going to miss in the first round. On the rare occasion that they don’t, you don’t have to worry about it because they are just a year or two away from trading that player.

The Indianapolis Colts traded away the 13th (!) pick in the draft to land DeForest Buckner who is outstanding, but he may not even be the best defensive tackle traded this offseason.

That distinction would belong to Chris Jones, but it may be some people’s first time hearing that Chris Jones even has the potential of being traded. There are rumblings and the rumblings are growing louder every day.

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