Titans Draft Tulane Offensive Tackle Troy Kropog

Titans Draft CentralNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans are trying to add some depth to their offensive line by drafting Tulane tackle Troy Kropog with their second pick in the fourth round.

The Titans already have All Pro left tackle Michael Roos with his bookend at right tackle in David Stewart. But the Titans lost backup Daniel Loper in free agency to Detroit.

So they grabbed the 6-foot-5, 318-pound Kropog with their compensatory pick in the fourth round at 135 overall. They selected him five spots after taking another player from Conference USA. Tennessee took Southern Miss linebacker Gerald McRath at 130 for depth on special teams and defense.

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