By John Glennon
It’s rare to actually spot an NFL personnel executive or coach in person these days, as nearly all of their waking hours are spent inside respective draft bunkers.
Titans general manager Jon Robinson briefly emerged from behind closed doors Monday, appearing on a Zoom conference call to deliver some final observations on the NFL Draft that begins Thursday night.
It’s probably fair to say we still don’t know which direction the Titans would like to go with their first-round selection, so Robinson did his job well. But Robinson did offer some interesting nuggets on a variety of topics, which may – or may not – offer us at least a clue or two about the Titans’ plans.
Here are five takeaways from Robinson’s final pre-draft availability:
If Titans draft a slot WR high, he needs to be multi-talented
This year’s wide-receiver crop overall looks to be very deep, and it appears to be particularly strong in the slot-receiver. That should suit the Titans well, as the team must replace the production of Corey Davis and Adam Humphries, who are now with the New York Jets and Washington Football team, respectively.
But would the Titans go . . .
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