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2014 Tennessee Titans NFL Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition

2014 Tennessee Titans NFL Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition

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The Tennessee Titans were inconsistent at best in 2013. Tennessee made some big changes in the offseason, firing Mike Munchak and hiring former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Whisenhunt and the Titans front office can take a big step forward if they can find some solid players in April's draft.

Round 1: C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama

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Round 1: C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama

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Mosley has incredible upside and remarkable closing speed for a linebacker. He is a big hitter who is not afraid to meet any ball carrier who dares come up the middle. The Titans would be getting an elite defensive player for years to come.

Round 2: Antonio Richardson, T, Tennessee

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Round 2: Antonio Richardson, T, Tennessee

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Richardson is a lineman who passes the "eye test" in both size and technique. Capable of playing both zone and man blocking schemes, Richardson would be a very versatile fit for Tennessee.

Round 4: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU

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Round 4: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU

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Jake Locker, though he has showed flashes of elite play, is still a question mark. He is undoubtedly talented, but he just can't stay on the field. Mettenberger, much like former LSU quarterback Matt Flynn, is underrated coming out of college. Though he is coming off a major knee injury, Mettenberger could have what in takes to be a starter in the NFL.

Round 5: Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia

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Round 5: Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia

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Chris Johnson sounds like he might be on the way out, and he has lost a step or two since his 2000-yard season anyway. The lightning-quick Sims would be a natural replacement at tailback for the Titans.

Round 6: Xavier Grimble, TE, USC

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Round 6: Xavier Grimble, TE, USC

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Tennessee could use a physical tight end who is solid at both catching the ball and picking up blocks. Grimble would do just fine. The USC underclassman would be a good pickup this late in the draft.

Round 7: Justin Britt, T, Missouri

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Round 7: Justin Britt, T, Missouri

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Britt tore his ACL during his junior year, but rebounded nicely during his senior campaign. Offensive line depth is always important, and Tennessee could pick up a solid lineman late in the draft should they choose to take him.