Titans reportedly looking to trade out of top five

It was the first time the Titans used a first-round pick on a defensive player since 2010, when they took Georgia Tech defensive end/outside linebacker Derrick Morgan.

The versatile Jackson not only solves the Titans' need for another starting cornerback to pair with free-agent pickup Logan Ryan, but also has dynamic ability as a return man, something the Titans were lacking previous year.

As the draft results started popping up on my phone, I was as surprised as anyone. "I think there's some that are just investigative, just trying to see if anything is going on around us".

Davis caught 97 passes for 1,500 yards and 19 touchdowns last season, and his 5,278 career receiving yards is an FBS record.

Taylor finished as the all-time leading receiver in Football Bowl Subdivision history with 5,285 yards and will be counted on to replace Kendall Wright, the last receiver Tennessee took in the first round now with Chicago. Davis' polish as a receiver is impressive as well.

"All my siblings, we stuck together, we made it happen", he said.

"I know what I'm capable of doing", Davis said. "I think everything went well".

There's been a lot of buzz about teams in the top 10 looking to move down when the first round of the National Football League draft gets going on Thursday.

Also in the first round, Tennessee chose Adoree' Jackson with the 18th pick, a cornerback from USC. "Sometime hindsight is best when you look back and three of those guys are gone". However, he did play in nine games versus Big Ten opponents. He even said himself after being drafted how versatile he can be. "I expect I can be on the field tonight, if need be", Davis said. You can go back to Randy Moss since Marshall was in the MAC. The Grahams became Davis' legal guardians, though he maintained a relationship with his biological parents, and began to arrange tutoring and guidelines for him to graduate.

Roughly 1,000 soldiers and their families turned out for autographs and pictures at the Fort Campbell PX.

Davis said he knew the Titans had genuine interest in him after speaking with general manager Jon Robinson and coach Mike Mularkey before the draft.

"It is incredible", Mariota said. Especially to be here with the military, I am really happy that I got the chance to be here. "That's a testament to those guys for what they were, maybe overlooked, or whatever you want to call it". The Kansas City Chiefs are reportedly looking to find their quarterback of the future, but unfortunately a litany of teams stand in the way of them likely finding the top of their draft board available to them.

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