Corey Clement, RB
Clement made the Eagles as an undrafted free agent out of Wisconsin in 2017 and has been on the team since.
Unfortunately, Clement missed most of the 2019 season due to a shoulder injury. However, by all accounts, Clement has looked healthy and impressed the Eagles’ staff so far this summer. The Eagles have Miles Sanders and Boston Scott ahead of Clement on the depth chart, and the team has also been linked to Devonta Freeman this offseason. This obviously doesn’t leave much room for Clement, and he could be shipped out before the season gets underway.
It most likely wouldn’t take much to pry Clement away, possibly a 6th or 7th rounder would get the job done. For a low price like that, the Titans should jump on it. Clement has flashed pass-catching ability, hauling in 22 catches in 2018, his last healthy season.
He’s no star, but he’d be a nice complementary back behind Derrick Henry and rookie Darrynton Evans. Clement would be an improvement over the Titans’ current depth RB’s such as Dalyn Dawkins and Cameron Scarlett.
Clement has also been a solid special-teamer in his career, and we all know how much Robinson and Vrabel love special teams.