Titans 7-Round Mock Draft: Tennessee claps back at Stefon Diggs trade

Will Levis gets even more ammo to compete with the Texans and their newly-acquired star wideout.
Tennessee Titans, Will Levis
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So, the Tennessee Titans saw a division rival get a whole lot better this week.

The Houston Texans acquired Stefon Diggs in a shocking trade, giving last year's playoff roster even more ammunition following a strong offseason. But, the Titans have had an equally-impressive offseason of their own and can still respond to the Diggs trade with some moves of their own.

Tennessee, like Houston, is also doing everything they can to patch holes and give their second-year quarterback what he needs to succeed. Will Levis saw the Titans sign both Calvin Ridley and Tony Pollard this offseason, bringing more firepower to the offense.

In our latest mock draft, the Titans continue loading up for Levis, proving to Houston that they're not backing down and are just as ready to compete for the AFC South title in 2024.

In this 2024 NFL mock draft, the Titans land a game-changing offensive weapon in Round 1

With the no. 7 overall pick, the Titans cannot pass on adding a legitimate weapon at the tight end position. It's Georgia's Brock Bowers.

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Sure, the Titans already have Chigoziem Okonkwo. But, Brock Bowers is a different breed. This guy takes the stereotypical "wide receiver in a tight end's body" description and fits it perfectly.

Bowers is as reliable a pass-catching tight end as you'll see over the last 10 years. As a prospect, he's the perfect example of what teams covet in a guy like George Kittle. He's crafty in getting open, possesses incredible hands and also gets into the dirt as a blocker.

There aren't many things Bowers doesn't do well at his position, and there's a reason he can be the focal point of an offense. At 6-foot-3, 243 pounds, Bowers has speed and acceleration that no one has business having with that kind of size. He can line up anywhere, truly, and the Titans may have just found a new best friend for their young quarterback.

The nation's top tight end, two years running, comes to Tennessee.