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In a 2011 re-draft, is this the right move for the Tennessee Titans?
The 2011 NFL Draft may go down as one of the worst big decisions in Tennessee Titans history.

The Titans desperately needed a quarterback and Jake Locker was viewed by some as a prospect with tons of athletic ability and the intangibles to lead a locker room. However, he was very inaccurate and many people had him as the 3rd-best QB in that draft class behind Cam Newton (sure) and Blaine Gabbert (oh).

In a draft with several Hall of Fame defenders and All Pros scattered throughout the first round, the Titans selected a QB who retired from football before getting his second contract.

Jake Locker is a great human being by all accounts, but the decision to draft him was a mistake and it is one that cost the Titans dearly. Not only did the Titans have to go back to the drawing board at QB, but they missed out on so many elite players.

Well, Benjamin Solak did a re-draft of the 2011 NFL Draft, and with the 8th pick in the draft the Titans had a ton of options. The only players off the board were: Newton, Von Miller, J.J. Watt, Julio Jones, Patrick Peterson, A.J. Green, and Justin Houston.

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So with the 8th pick the Titans selected: Jurrell Casey DT, USC.

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This is such a bittersweet pick for me. Casey has been an absolute star and was a steal in the third round, but ultimately even a redraft wouldn’t have made that team better.

As an ambassador of the Titans brand and as the heart and soul of the defense for nearly a decade, I would absolutely make this pick knowing what I know now.

If the Titans could somehow hide Casey from being on this list, then several names would have been great additions to that 2011 roster.

–Ryan Kerrigan is likely a Hall of Fame sleeper right now considering his consistent domination as a pass rusher (he’s never had less than 7.5 sacks per year and he averages 10.5 sacks per season).
-Cam Jordan has really come into his own as a defensive lineman over the past few years and could potentially be the best defensive player on a Super Bowl team this year.

–Mike Pouncey coming in to replace Kevin Mawae would have been really fun and it probably would have turned the Titans offensive line into a powerhouse for the next decade.

In a world where the Titans can still steal Casey in the third round, there is one pick that I would have loved to see in this redraft. Drafting Richard Sherman would have made the Titans one of the most fun defenses in NFL history.

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That defense would have had Jason McCourty, Michael Griffin, Jurrell Casey, Derrick Morgan, Karl Klug, Jason Jones, and Dave Ball, all of which are fan favorites or players that were never really given their proper respect. But the most fun thing? The Tennessee Titans would have had Cortland Finnegan and Richard Sherman playing boundary CB.

The two most in-your-face, brash corners in the NFL over the last decade lined up across from each other giving receivers an ear full after every catch or drop.

Like I said, I definitely agree with the re-drafting of Jurrell Casey especially when you look at his longevity. But, just for fun, if Tennessee could keep Casey and take one other player, Sherman would have made the 2011 Titans legendary.

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General manager Jon Robinson and the Tennessee Titans selected former Ole Miss wide receiver A.J. Brown (6-0, 226) with the 51st overall pick in the second-round of the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville.

Here are some highlights from the former Ole Miss standout.


The Titans had Brown in town for one of the team’s Top 30 visits. At the NFL Combine, Brown ran a 4.49 40-yard dash, had 19 reps on the bench press, a 36.5 inch vertical jump and a 120 inch broad jump.

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The 6-foot, 226 pound pass catcher just wrapped up a stellar career at Ole Miss where he really showed his potential the last two years during his sophomore and junior season. In 2017, Brown was able to total 75 catches for 1,252 yards and eleven touchdowns. He followed that up last season with an 85 catch campaign to go along with 1,320 yards and six scores. Brown set an Ole Miss season single record with his 1,320 yards receiving. A record he had previously set in 2017 with 1,252 yards receiving. Brown was named to the All-SEC first team last season and in 2017.

By many accounts, the Titans got a steal when Brown fell them at the 51st overall pick. Pro Football Focus had Brown ranked 20th overall on their Big Board.

Brown was a four-star recruit who led Starkville (Miss.) High to a state title, then chose to enroll at rival Ole Miss instead of hometown Mississippi State. He and current linebacker Rashaan Evans have that in common. Evans left his hometown of Auburn to attend the University of Alabama.

Speaking of high school, Brown was also a star on the baseball diamond. He was selected as an outfielder in the 19th round of the 2016 amateur draft by the San Diego Padres. Brown participated in the team’s extended spring practices the past three summers.

Robinson on Brown: He can catch the ball, and he can break tackles. He has a good athletic skill-set, and has versatility to play a couple of spots. He’s a good athlete. We are excited to have him on the team.”

Head coach Mike Vrabel on Brown. “He really came across, after our visit here, as a serious, professional football player. It wasn’t about the glitz and the glamour. He just kind of sat down, and it felt like we were having a conversation with a guy that was already a pro football player, just his maturity level and how he approached his daily routine, the game, how he practiced, how he prepared. We’re just excited to add him to the mix.”

Brown joins a wide receiver room that includes Corey Davis, Adam Humphries, Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharpe. He could work for the Titans in a number of spots, but figures to get his first shot outside with the addition of Humphries during free agency.