Titans address Brian Callahan's recent needs in this 7-round 2024 NFL mock draft

The head coach spoke, so the organization listened.
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. . . Christian Jones. OT. 4. player. Christian Jones. 467. Christian Jones

The Titans don't pick again until Round 4, but they go after some offensive line depth here. Some fans might want to see Tennessee address offensive tackle a lot sooner than now, and that's understandable. But, with the way the cards fell early on, this is where we're at. Tennessee grabs a teammate of Murphy's, drafting Texas offensive tackle Christian Jones.

Jones is built real well, standing 6-foot-5 and weighing 305 pounds. He brings an overwhelming wingspand and excellent length with him. He can be a violent finisher in the run game, but his biggest area of improvement is going to be in his footwork. Getting just a bit quicker would serve him well as a pro.

. . EDGE. 6. player. Braiden McGregor. Braiden McGregor. 485. . Braiden McGregor

The Titans could have used an edge rusher a bit earlier on, too, but they try and make up for it here by going with Michigan Wolverines defensive end Braiden McGregor. At 6-foot-5, McGregor has a nice frame for the position, but could afford to add more weight as he only weighs in at 257 pounds.

He's a smart player and uses angles well to get to ball carriers. But again, he's going to be most impactful if he can add some healthy weight to that frame of his. If he can do that, McGregor will be a solid rotational edge rusher in the NFL.