3. Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver
This was only mentioned by Russini in her article, but it is an interesting conversation to have.
I still firmly believe that Burks was worth the 1st round pick and that he has just had bad injury luck. Turf toe, a concussion, and a knee injury (that the Tennessee Titans medical team allowed him to rush back from) have been his issues. None of those are dreaded "soft-tissue" injuries that Mike Vrabel hates.
He has had an explosive reception, explosive run, or a touchdown in 7 of his last 10 games and without his 70-yard catch against the L.A. Chargers this year the Tennessee Titans would be 1-5 with their only win coming against the hobbled Cincinnati Bengals.
If a playoff-caliber team called the Tennessee Titans and offered them a first-round pick then discussions make sense, but otherwise, the Titans are selling low on a young, cost-controlled wide receiver prospect that had a first-round grade by all 32 teams (or nearly all).