According to Jason La Canfora, Titans GM Jon Robinson is “far from done” in regards to moving around in this year’s NFL Draft.
La Canfora, citing numerous NFL executives who have spoken to Robinson, reports that Tennessee is exhausting their possibilities to trade back into the top 10 picks, even after completing a blockbuster trade with Los Angeles last week.
“He’s moving back up,” an executive told La Canfora. “He has the ammo to do it and it’s heading in that direction.”
Any deal involving the Titans moving back up the board probably won’t be completed until the day of the draft, according to La Canfora, who adds that it may cost Tennessee a second-round pick to do so.
La Canfora tosses out the 49ers as a speculative trade partner for the Titans at No. 7 overall, which should still leave them in position to land one of the offensive tackles.
La Canfora previously mentioned that Tennessee has done exhaustive work on the offensive tackle position in recent weeks and they could look to grab one of Notre Dame’s Ronnie Stanley or Michigan State’s Jack Conklin upon moving back.
Robinson confirmed after completing the trade with the Rams that they’re still open for business, so this remains something to watch.
We’ll have more regarding the Titans’ possibly trading back into the No. 1o as the news is available.