30 DB Chris Milton
32 RB David Fluellen
52 OL Hroniss Grasu
59 LB Wesley Woodyard
64 OL Nate Davis
66 OL Kevin Pamphile
92 DL Matt Dickerson
The two college coaches who know North Dakota State offensive lineman Dillon Radunz best provided insight on what kind of player, and person, the Titans will be getting in their second round draft pick.
The Titans added a pair of receivers in the NFL Draft, and then another on Tuesday. As of today, the team now has 12 receivers on the roster. TennesseeTitans.com takes a look at how the position looks right now.
Brown, who played at Mississippi State, played in 14 games for the Broncos over the past two seasons, including one start.
Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt tackles questions from Titans fans following the 2021 NFL Draft.
Caleb Farley's college coach, Virginia Tech head coach Justin Fuente, thinks his former pupil is in a perfect spot in Tennessee.
The draft picks are in, eight in all. And now, so are the draft grades. Let's take a look at how some of the analysts graded the 2021 NFL Draft for the Titans.
Fitzpatrick (6-2, 210) recorded 154 receptions (ninth all-time) for 2,589 yards (sixth all-time) and 21 touchdowns during his career at Louisville. He averaged 16.8 yards a reception for his career, and he also recorded 21 career touchdown catches. He finished his career tied for 10th with eight 100-yard receiving games.
In 2020, Weaver totaled 35 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
Breeze (6-0, 196) played in 38 career games with the Ducks, including all 14 games during his final season in 2019. Breeze tallied 95 tackles, three interceptions and five passes defensed in his three seasons with the Ducks. He opted out of the 2020 season.
McMath played in 34 games with six starts during his four years with the Tigers. He caught 33 passes for 522 yards and four touchdowns for the Tigers.
Radunz (6-6, 301) was named the top overall practice player of the week at the 2021 Senior Bowl in Mobile.