Scout's Take: The Titans' cornerback draft prospect file

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Cornerback for the Titans is an immediate need after the release of Malcolm Butler and Adoree’ Jackson and the free-agent departure of nickel corner Desmond King.

The Titans drafted Kristian Fulton in the second round in 2020. Fulton played very little during the season because of injuries and also because he was playing behind other players.

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Georgia corner Eric Stokes at pro day/ Tony Walsh

The Titans will lean heavily on the inexperienced Fulton and need him to produce at a high level in his second year. The free-agent signings of Janoris Jenkins and Kevin Johnson gives the team veteran options, but neither are upgrades or even equal value to Butler or Jackson.

Tennessee will need to draft a cornerback in the premium rounds to add to the mix of veteran and second-year players.

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