Titans fill biggest holes with 6 of 9 draft picks on offense

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His ball skills and route-running could make him a starting wide receiver. I think what John Robinson, the GM, is saying is 'hey, I saw that speed on game tape on game day.' ...

Corey Davis has not had an easy road to get where he is today. That being said, Davis likes what he sees in Williams.

Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush, WMU quarterback Zach Terrell, WMU defensive end Keion Adams and Eastern Michigan defensive end Pat O'Connor all had outstanding senior seasons and could be seventh round picks or undrafted free agents.

"Unfortunately, the 6'3", 213-pound receiver was rehabbing an ankle injury suffered while training for the combine and did not participate in drills.

The only surprise he gave us at No. 5 was drafting a wide receiver from Western Michigan University, not exactly known as a cradle of National Football League players.

"I was just walking around with my brothers", he said on a rainy Tuesday.

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"Eventually Nashville is where I wanted to live when my career is over, however long that might be". "This is where an organization's going to really have to lean and depend on their doctors and medical staff, to really forecast when he will be able to return and at what level he'll be at once he gets back on the field". He is also very physical at the line of scrimmage. The guy can just beat press (coverage).

For the first time since 1979, the Titans bypassed both the Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten in the draft. "That's the only reason you take him this high, considering he hadn't run a 40 at this point". While he did play football for the Tigers, with few grades above a C, college prospects were bleak. Cannon had an outstanding college career which culminated in him leading the Big 12 in receptions this season (87).

Fellow NFL Network analyst, Charles Davis, expressed his love for Davis, believing he's the No. 1 receiver in this group.

"I'm going to do whatever I can to help out the team". You can't do that. He's a small school receiver with a chip on his shoulder.

Wide receiver is definitely a position of need for the Titans.

"I feel like I've got something to prove". The only thing I don't like is he does have some lapses in concentration. "(He was) pretty much congratulating me and welcoming me into the family". That's the only flaw you can find in this young man. I know it's going to be a great fit. They have 6 more draft picks this year at 83rd (3rd), 100th (3rd), 124th (4th), 164th (5th), 214th (6th), and 236th (7th).