Ran CarthonNASHVILLE, Tenn. – A new general manager gets hired off the rhythm of the scouting schedule.

The people in his world don’t have contracts that run on the NFL season schedule and they are not at the end of their work year when the 17-game season ends or their team suffers a playoff loss.

So Ran Carthon joins the Titans and inherits Jon Robinson’s staff at a point where the expectation is, very likely, to get to know who is in place and work with them through a free-agency and draft cycle.

After the draft concludes on April 30 is when front-office executives and scouts generally change jobs.

All of that is nice, in principle.

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