Potential Tennessee Titans trade targets from Buccaneers
Over the past few years, fans have seen Tennessee Titans General Manager Jon Robinson make trades right before the season starts.
Names like Reggie Gilbert and David King don’t jump off the page, but every now and then those late August trades turn into a contributor like Kamalei Correa. It is important to keep in mind that the purpose of these trades isn’t necessarily to find a superstar but to find someone in that range.
The teams that are most likely to get trades done are the teams that spend time together like the Tennessee Titans and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are about to do during these joint practices.
That is something that Daniel Jeremiah pointed out earlier in the week.
While the scouts are evaluating both rosters, you can be sure that they are going to keep an eye on players who might not make the final cut due to a number crunch at a certain position.
So with that in mind, this isn’t going to be a list of offseason trade targets like O.J. Howard, but instead, this is a collection of more realistic targets that the Tennessee Titans may or may not have to trade for.
The ideal targets will be someone who falls somewhere between special teams player with upside, to someone who may fill a sub-package need and potentially compete for a starting job down the line.