Williams out in Green Bay?
The quote that got my mind going about this potential move is from Rob Reischel who covers the Green Bay Packers for Forbes. He said this when discussing the veterans who could be surprise cuts for the Packers:
"Make no mistake, Williams won’t be cut. He’s far too talented for that. But the fourth-year running back who’s entering the final year of his contract could certainly be traded. Green Bay’s Aaron Jones tied for the NFL lead in rushing touchdowns (16) and total touchdowns (19) last season. The Packers then used a second-round draft pick on A.J. Dillon, who’s turned heads early in camp. That could leave Williams as the odd man out."
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Stop me if you have heard this one before, but the Titans considering a veteran at a position of need in the last year of their contract? That is the criteria for all of the big trades that Jon Robinson has made and most of the small ones as well.
Dennis Kelly, DeMarco Murray, Ryan Tannehill, Reggie Gilbert, and David King all fit that criteria, and I understand why Robinson likes that. You get a guy who is boom or bust, and if he doesn’t make it then you usually only give up a Day 3 pick for a player that you might pick up a compensatory pick from down the road.
Pass blocking isn’t the only reason why the Titans should be the one to trade for Jamaal Williams.