2020 NFL Draft: 5 bold predictions for the Tennessee Titans on draft day

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Going into the 2020 NFL Draft, here are five bold early predictions for the Titans.

The 2020 NFL Draft is now two weeks away and there is room for a lot of movement.

There are key free agents still unsigned and trades waiting to happen. Last season, there were 30+ draft day trades across the league to exchange picks and players alone. So it is safe to say that there is still a lot of pandemonium left in the offseason.

The Tennessee Titans still have moves to make and players to bring onto the roster and the draft will be crucial in determining if the team continues its trajectory to the league’s elite teams.

Since General Manager Jon Robinson joined the team in 2016, the draft has been a critical aspect of the team’s success. While there have been some high-quality signings in free agency, the biggest moves come in the draft.

Through some clever shifting and maneuvering, Robinson has been able to capitalize on his draft picks and positioning. Under his realm, the Titans have drafted some key players, including Kevin Byard, Jayon Brown, A.J. Brown, and Derrick Henry.

The Titans have also been more active participants in the draft under Robinson. In 2016, the Titans traded out of the first overall pick to get a huge stash of picks from the Rams. in 2018, Robinson moved up a few spots to secure Rashaan Evans. Robinson has proven himself to be among the best in the NFL in drafting and getting the best value.

While it’s tough to get in the mind of an NFL GM, here are five early bold predictions for the Titans in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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