What is next for the Titans?
Like I said earlier, it didn’t make sense for the Titans to come into the season with as many EDGEs as they brought to camp.
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I thought roster spots were going to come down to Harold Landry, Jadeveon Clowney, Vic Beasley, Derick Roberson, D’Andre Walker, Kamalei Correa, and Wyatt Ray basically in that order.
It never made sense to me that Tennessee gave up on Walker so early and I wasn’t sure that Correa was going to make the roster if Clowney was signed in May. However, the late addition of Clowney made everything murky.
Fast forward a month later and it makes sense that Correa would be ready to move on once Roberson was healthy because that likely pushes him to the “Sharif Finch” zone. That is a place where you are good enough to at least be a solid role player on most teams, but you aren’t getting playing time. (I’m not bitter, you are bitter).
After Correa asked for a trade, I assumed that he was just going to get released because the Titans lost all leverage they had. However, there must have been enough of a risk of Correa going somewhere else that the Jaguars felt like they needed to give up something for him in return.
The question now is, did the Titans get more from the Jaguars than they got from the Broncos after trading Jurrell Casey?