Damien Harris, RB
There is no way the Titans can look at the depth chart at running back and think that they are good to go.
Sure, Darrynton Evans might be a really good pick and I like him as a prospect, but you are talking about asking a running back from the Sun Belt to come in and being one injury away from asking him to help this offense run.
That is why I think trading for a cheap running back is in the Titans best interest, and the Patriots are an ideal candidate for that.
Damien Harris is a perfect candidate to back up Derrick Henry because…well he has done it before. In his only season without 100+ rushes for the Crimson Tide, Harris was the backup to Henry at Alabama.
After a 4 year career in the SEC where he ended up as a team captain and was lauded for his effort on offense and as a special teamer, he was drafted by the Patriots in the third round and was rewarded with…4 rushes.
That is right, as a rookie Harris got fewer rushing attempts than the Patriots rookie WR who missed half the season with injuries.
Combine that lack of use with a logjam at running back, and I would imagine that New England won’t even know he is gone, while the Titans would add useful depth and a player who can also play on 3rd downs and on special teams.