Liking the big, bold move idea more, but still fearing Antonio Brown

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – For 20 years, the Titans haven’t made a giant skill player trade and it’s a now been 20 years since their lone appearance in the Super Bowl.

When a report surfaced Saturday that they are in the mix to make a deal for Antonio Brown, I was very surprised. To a question about Brown just two days earlier, Mike Vrabel repeated a frequent saying -- that the Titans will treat players the way players treat the team. And based on that equation, they would not have treated Brown very well late last season if he was a Titan acting as he did with the Steelers.BrownESPN

I’ve covered the team since 1996. And Sunday morning, as I drove home from the canceled second day of a kids’ soccer tournament in Birmingham, Ala. I wondered, has the franchise lulled me into its own anti-big move behavior?

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