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A Look at the Titans' Nine Draft Picks, and How They Acquired Each One

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NASHVILLE – The Titans are scheduled to make nine picks in this week's NFL Draft, although General Manager Jon Robinson made it clear during a conference call on Monday nothing is set in stone.

And that includes the top, where the Titans currently have pick No.22, and four picks in the top 100 in the draft.

Let's take a look at Tennessee's nine picks, and how they acquired each one:

Round 1, Selection in Round (22), Overall selection (22nd) – Based on final record in 2020.

Round 2, Selection in Round (21), Overall selection (53rd) – Based on final record in 2020.

Round 3, Selection in Round (21), Overall selection (85th) – Based on final record in 2020.

Round 3, Selection in Round (36), Overall selection (100th) – Compensatory pick as a result of net losses in unrestricted free agency last year.

Round 4, Selection in Round (21), Overall selection (126th) – Based on final record in 2020.

Round 5, Selection in Round (22), Overall selection (166th) – Based on final record in 2020.

Round 6, Selection in Round (21), Overall selection (205th) – Based on final record in 2020.

Round 6, Selection in Round (31), Overall selection (215th) – Acquired from Chiefs in trade as a result of dealing a 7th rounder to the Chiefs during the 2020 draft.

Round 7, Selection in Round (4), Overall selection (232nd) – Acquired from Miami in trade involving Isaiah Wilson.

Tennessee's original seventh-round pick (249th overall) was packaged with outside linebacker Kamalei Correa and sent to the Jacksonville Jaguars during the 2020 campaign in exchange for a sixth-rounder in 2021. That same sixth-round pick was subsequently used by the Titans to trade for Los Angeles Chargers defensive back Desmond King.

The NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday and runs through Saturday.

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