Tennessee Titans official 2021 NFL Draft tracker and updates

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Here’s everything that any Tennessee Titans fan can ask for. Here’s where you stay up to date with streaming information, every pick, trade, and all things related to the guys from Nashville. The 2021 NFL Draft is upon us!

Oh, and this is very important. If there are any Titans draft parties that offer both food and beverage, make sure you include our staff at Titan Sized on the VIP list. We’d be more than happy to make an appearance.

Okay, here’s where we are if you’re a Tennessee Titans fan.

Titans fans everywhere and the media that cover your favorite team are thinking about cleaning up the mess that was made a year ago. Tennessee’s first-round selection was Isaiah Wilson. Without stating what’s already been said thousands of times, it didn’t go well.

Tennessee is in good hands though. They have one of the league’s best G.M.s in Jon Robinson. They have a nice nucleus in Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill and a total of nine picks in the selection meeting. The first is the 22nd-overall selection, one that comes on the draft’s first night, April 29th.

Follow what happens with that selection and the other eight. Just bookmark this page and keep checking in. The results from all three days are below.

Here are the Tennessee Titans 2021 NFL Draft picks.

Thursday, April 29th (First Round), Time: 8 PM EST: 

Round 1, Number 22: Caleb Farley, cornerback, Virginia Tech Hokies

The popular theory among Tennessee Titans fans was this team needed a cornerback or a wide receiver in Round 1. The guys from Nashville win big with the selection of Caleb Farley, seen by many as the best cornerback prospect in the 2021 draft class.

Friday, April 30th (2nd and 3rd Round), 7 PM EST:

Round 2, Number 53: Dillon Radunz, offensive tackle, North Dakota State.

The Titans make another quality selection by taking one of the big guys along North Dakota State’s offensive line. Dillon Radunz kept Trey Lance vertical, and now, he’ll be asked to do the same for Ryan Tannehill.

A third-round trade alert comes at 10:40 PM EST. The Titans and Green Bay Packers strike a deal!

Round 3, Number 92: The Titans go with Monty Rice, a linebacker out of Georgia.

Round 3, Number 100: The Titans double-dip at cornerback with the selection of Elijah Molden.

Saturday, May 1st (Rounds 4-7), 12 PM EST:

Round 4, Number 109: Titans trade up and take Louisville WR Dez Fitzpatrick. This is a nice replacement for Corey Davis, and he takes some of the pressure off of A.J. Brown.

Here are the details of the trade:

Round 4: Number 135: Linebacker Rashad Weaver is the Tennessee Titans’ choice at the 135th-overall selection in Round 4. This is a solid choice in the middle of the selection meeting.

Round 6, Number 205: The 205th-overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft and their seventh selection overall is Racey McMath, the third wide receiver taken from the LSU Tigers.

Round 6, Number 215: Tennessee’s final pick of the selection meeting is a bit of a mystery. Teams, at this stage of the draft, are searching for value, and that’s what the two-tone blue gets at 215 in the form of safety Brady Breeze out of Oregon.

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Here’s what the Tennessee Titans need to do to watch:

All three days of the 2021 NFL Draft will be televised on ABC, ESPN, and the NFL Network. Don’t try and watch on the ESPN app. It won’t happen for you. Monday Night Football should have taught you that. You’ll need to watch on Fubo. They have a free trial if you’re interested.