The Tennessee Titans are set to pick 29th in the 2020 NFL Draft, but there is a good chance they won’t be picking there on draft day.
Jon Robinson has only had one draft as the Tennessee Titans GM where he didn’t trade for someone else’s 1st round draft pick.
In 2016 he traded down from the first overall pick and ultimately ended up drafting 8th where the Cleveland Browns were scheduled to draft. 2017 he had the L.A. Rams pick from the aforementioned trade down from #1 overall. Finally in 2018 he traded up to land Rashaan Evans with a pick that originally belonged to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Last year was the only time we saw Jon Robinson stick and pick for an entire offseason, so when people talk about teams that might trade up into the bottom of the first round remember that Jon Robinson’s phone line is always open. The same thing goes with teams that are looking to trade down and collect draft picks.
With rumors starting to really fly around now, there are six teams (by my count) that could offer the Titans reasonable trade packages for both sides who are also rumored to be interested in moving up in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Let’s quickly go through which teams could make those moves, what situations could cause these trades and what the Titans could do with the new draft pick(s) according to the PFN Mock Draft Simulator.