NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Music City and the NFL are throwing quite a party for the draft, and the Tennessee Titans will be a couple of miles away at team headquarters quietly biding their time until hitting the clock.
"We're going to have to sit and wait for a while till we're picking there at 19 - if we stay at 19," general manager Jon Robinson said.
The Titans hold the 19th pick overall after coming up a victory short of a second straight playoff berth in coach Mike Vrabel's debut season. They have six total draft picks a year after drafting only four players, and the general manager who has made 14 trades since being hired in January 2016 has shown he's willing to move. Robinson traded up in the first two rounds last year to take linebackers Rashaan Evans and Harold Landry III.