NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In D’Andre Walker, the Titans finally found an addition to their stable of edge rushers, a position in dire need of additional juice.

Conditioning issues and the degree of his football IQ may have been the reasons that Walker, projected by many to be drafted as high as the second round, fell all the way to the fifth where he picked 168th.DAndreWalker2

(Photo courtesy Georgia athletics.)

I wrote earlier that the Titans had failed in what appears to be a solid draft to find a true difference-maker at edge rusher, and it’s unlikely they have one in Walker as a fifth-round pick, at least right from the start.

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