After hearing it explained, the A.J. Brown resolution still amounts to a Titans' loss

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The gap between what A.J. Brown wanted to be paid and what the Titans were willing to give him was just too big and so the Titans didn’t let things play out any further.VrabelRobinsonDraft2022

They dealt him to the Eagles for the 18th and the 101st picks in the draft. He got his monster contract from Philadelphia. The Titans moved ahead with Treylon Burks out of Arkansas at 18, and traded 101 when they dumped out of No. 26, their original first-round pick.

Jon Robinson managed to be relatively upbeat and spin things forward as he and Mike Vrabel discussed the first night of the draft.

Vrabel looked and acted miserably. He’s an alpha who does not have personnel power, and had to hitch on to Robinson’s decision but needs to do a better job selling that he’s on board if he wants us to believe it.

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