Mike Herndon: Potential Titans' draft strategies

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

The Tennessee Titans are set to pick 11th in the upcoming 2023 NFL draft, their highest-held selection since Jon Robinson traded the first overall pick in 2016 for a haul of picks from the Rams. That higher-than-usual draft slot combined with a wide range of needs on the roster makes Ran Carthon’s options particularly plentiful heading into his first draft as general manager.

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Of course, most of the intrigue leading into the draft will center around that 11th overall pick in the first round and there are two primary trains of thought as of the beginning of March. One is to stick and pick the top left tackle prospect available and set an anchor for the overhauled offensive line. The other is to either trade up for a quarterback or see if one of the top options falls in your lap at 11.

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