NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Do the Titans have a process problem, a people problem or both?

Perhaps they would have selected Rashad Weaver in the fourth round, 135th overall, even if they knew he’d been involved in bar incident that came to light two days later with an assault charge in Pittsburgh.

But they revealed in a statement later that afternoon that they basically learned with the rest of us, perhaps through a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette report. RobinsonCombine19

There were some other NFL teams who were aware that something was up. I’ve become familiar with five teams' pre-draft views of Weaver, and three knew something was up.

A year removed from their bust with first-rounder Isaiah Wilson, the Titans needed to be air-tight and were not. The timing of Weaver’s trouble would have made learning about it difficult. But a good scouting department needs to handle such difficult details.

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