Tennessee Titans safety Brady Breeze
Much is expected of the 2021 Tennessee Titans draft class, but don’t give up on the guys who showed up in 2020 either. There have been injuries. There have been slow starts, but Tennessee has a nice crop of young guys that can really contribute if they’re developed.
This team also has a nice mix of capable and established veterans and some nice talent that they picked up after the most recent draft. Look no further than the aforementioned Mekhi Sargent or a nice pair of tight ends, Miller Forristall and Briley Moore if you need an example.
Here’s what all of that means for draftees like Brady Breeze and wide receiver Racey McMath. being selected as one of Tennessee’s eight draft picks doesn’t guarantee them a spot on this roster.
Brady Breeze was actually the 2020 Rose Bowl Defensive MVP. Still, as a sixth-round selection in 2021’s NFL Draft, he’s anything but safe.
Knowing that Kevin Byard and Amani Hooker will make the team and Dane Cruikshank and Matthias Farley are solid choices guys who should make the team means Breeze is in a battle with the aforementioned Chris Jackson as well as Chris Jones and Maurice Smith for consideration. That adds a lot of fuel to the argument that all roads could lead to a spot on the practice squad for the former Oregon Duck. We’ll have to wait and see what happens though.