Albert Wilson, WR
The Titans biggest concern on offense is their lack of veteran depth at wide receiver, but you could also argue that they are one injury away from losing their only real vertical threat.
With Kalif Raymond likely scheduled to be the kick returner this season, the Titans need to add someone to the roster who can act as that vertical threat in the offense. It is so important to have someone on the field that forces those defensive backs to play further off the ball because it gives the rushing attack more creases and more space.
Wilson has been solid for the Dolphins in the last two seasons, but the goal next year is likely to get DaVante Parker, Preston Williams and Allen Hurns on the field together as often as possible. That pushes Wilson into a logjam for the WR4 position.
With Jakeem Grant and Mack Hollins, the Dolphins have players with speed on the roster if that is what they are looking to do, so Wilson isn’t a complete necessity. Between that role being replaceable and two tight ends that could see the field often in Adam Shaheen and Mike Gesicki, why not get a draft pick and let a wide receiver go that you don’t plan to use.