For better or worse, top picks Marcus Mariota and Dorial Green-Beckham will very likely determine how much longer Titans' general manager Ruston Webster and head coach Ken Whisenhunt have to turn things around. The club's best fit in the 2015 draft, though, is Fowler, a human sledgehammer expected to play immediately and (the Titans hope) soften Mariota's acclimation to the NFL.
The Tennessee Titans hold a lot of cards in the 2015 NFL Draft. How Ruston Webster and coach Ken Whisenhunt play them could depend on how many suitors knock with trade offers for the No. 2 overall pick. Based on visits, edge rushers and wide receivers are the preferred pick in Nashville.
The 2015 NFL Draft could be a massive one for the Tennessee Titans with the team's success, or failure, next season likely to determine the fate of coach Ken Whisenhunt. With the No. 2 overall pick among seven selections in this draft, the Titans should come away with solid talent. Who would you take for the Titans?
Representatives from the four clubs included Denver quarterback Gregg Knapp and Tennessee's scout Tim Ruskell, a former general manager. The scouts were on hand to watch Northwestern quarterback Trevor Siemian, a 6-foot-3, 220 pounder who wasn't able to participate in all-star games or the Combine after suffering a torn ACL in November.
NFLDraftScout.com puts the Tennessee Titans "on the clock" in a team-by-team series that asks what the team should do with its first-round pick. How should the Titans spend the No. 2 overall selection?
Four members of the organization took in the workout, which featured potential first round prospect Kevin Johnson, a cover corner who previously lit up Indianapolis with his athleticism. In all, 23 NFL scouts, coaches and executives took in the workout.