3 trade candidates Titans could pursue before training camp

Which one of these trade candidates would make the biggest impact?
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OTAs are wrapping up around the league, and the Tennessee Titans will shift their focus to minicamp coming up.

But after that, it's on to the main event of the summer: training camp.

As training camp nears, teams will be looking to shore up roster spots and make last-minute moves before they carry their squads into the grueling practices and start shaping their roster as a whole. Could Tennessee make any additional moves before camp begins?

Recently, Bleacher Report's Gary Davenport put together a piece featuring one trade candidate from every NFL team. We took a long look at that list and chose three candidates the Titans should pursue.

Adding safety Markquese Bell could give the Titans some competition

One trade candidate might come by way of the Dallas Cowboys. Safety Markquese Bell has been playing somewhat out of position in Dallas, lining up as a linebacker at times, but the Titans could use some competition at safety and Bell would be back at his natural position there. The Cowboys have two starting safeties already in Donovan Wilson and Malik Hooker, thus Bell is someone who could be moved.

The Titans' current starter next to Amani Hooker is Elijah Molden, who wasn't great in coverage last season. He allowed roughly two thirds of targets to be completed when thrown his way. Meanwhile, last season, Bell was phenomenal in coverage, even playing as a linebacker.

For the 2023 season, Pro Football Focus gave him a coverage grade of 87.6. Bell only allowed one touchdown all season long. Coming to Tennessee, he'd have a good shot at taking over Molden's job if given the opportunity during training camp.