Titans and Bears can help each other out.
It takes two to make a trade in the NFL, and the Tennessee Titans and Chicago Bears seem like they can come to an agreement on wide receiver Anthony Miller.
The Bears seem like a team that needs to completely overhaul their roster and I’m not really sure if they realize it or not. If they didn’t know a month ago, then reality hit them like a ton of bricks after they struck out on Russell Wilson.
Now they are stuck with Andy Dalton as a bridge quarterback and they have no real shot at landing one of the top-5 QBs in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Not only did they miss on their QB, they are strapped for cash after they gave Allen Robinson the franchise tag for some reason. So, with Darnell Mooney looking to become the WR2 in the Bears’ offense, and without a quarterback/offense that can sustain three wide receivers, former 2nd round pick Anthony Miller has been put on the trade block.
According to that NFL.com article:
"NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that the Bears have been discussing a trade involving Miller with a number of teams, per sources informed of the situation… …Rumors swirled that Miller could have been traded before the new league year last month as the Bears needed to get under the salary cap. Despite other moves to get under the cap, the 26-year-old remains on the trade block."
So why are the Titans an ideal fit for Miller?