The Tennessee Titans have the number one overall pick in the draft and the team could target players like Laremy Tunsil, Joey Bosa, Ronnie Stanley and Jalen Ramsey for 2016. The Titans have their head coaching job to fill still and the team could consider keeping Mike Mularkey in the position, while Chip Kelly, Adam Gase and Teryl Austin could be potential targets.
The Titans have the number one pick over the Browns based on strength of schedule and it's likely that the team will target the most talented player in the draft with the top pick. According to NFL.com, the Titans have needs all over the place, but especially on the offensive and defensive lines. The team doesn't need a quarterback after taking Marcus Mariota last year and players like Laremy Tunsil, Joey Bosa, Ronnie Stanley, Laquon Treadwell and Jalen Ramsey could be potential options.
Tunsil is considered to be one of the best offensive linemen in the draft this year and that could make him a target for the Titans. According to CBS Sports, Tunsil announced that he is declaring for the NFL draft as a junior out of Ole Miss. Tunsil came back this season for Ole Miss after suffering a broken leg in the Peach Bowl and he also missed time after dealing with some NCAA issues. Tunsil is ranked number two among draft prospects by CBS and he is likely to be a top five pick if the Titans do not go after him.
The Titans could look to the defensive side of the ball with the first pick, as Joey Bosa has declared for the NFL draft out of Ohio State. Bosa is considered to be one of the best players in the draft and is expected to go in the top five picks. Bosa is a defensive end and has put up 26 sacks as a starter and according to ESPN.com, Bosa is strong against the run and is adept at generating a pass rush while being double teamed.
The Titans also could consider trading down in the top five and picking players like Jaylon Smith, Jalen Ramsey, Ronnie Stanley or DeForest Buckner if Bosa and/or Tunsil don't rate as top picks for the team. The Titans have so many needs on their roster that adding a few extra draft picks could be big for the team moving forward.
The Titans are looking for a new head coach and according to NFL.com, interim coach Mike Mularkey could be a potential option for keep the job. The team has already parted ways with general manager Ruston Webster and that could be a big factor in who gets the job next, as CEO Steve Underwood will take over the search. The Titans won two games under Mularkey and the team could consider candidates like Adam Gase or Chip Kelly, who coached Marcus Mariota in college.