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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by GoodCat, Mar 12, 2018.
Let's follow the strategy of a GM whose team has been 25-55 during his tenure. Brilliant!
And that lost to us twice last year... and would've been a third if we'd defeated NE...
Is there a main FreeAgent signing thread 2018??
Why arnt these moves all being discussed in here??
Need a link ...
does any of that matter when you’re a superbowl contender
Here is a snippet from the Tennessean article where JohnnyRob is talking about being aggressive and he touches on FA as well:
"We’ll certainly have a lot more time to just kind of sit back and watch, but we’ll be aggressive as well,” Robinson said Saturday night during an on-stage interview with Titans director of broadcasting Mike Keith at an event for season-ticket holders at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. “If there is a player that we really, really, maybe we thought he was going to go in the top 10 and for whatever reason he’s slipping down the board, we’ll try and position ourselves to maybe acquire the guy. Or if we get action on our pick at 25, and a team wants to come up to our pick so that we trade back, I think I have proven that I am willing to trade.
“My phone line is always open.”
In free agency, the Titans are projected to have more than $50 million to play with under the salary cap.
Robinson said it’s important to keep a cushion, rather than spend all the money.
“It’d be tough to do,” Robinson said. "You’ve got to be judicious with how you’re going to allocate the funds because you never know if a player may become available via trade. And you might send a pick to a team for a player that you really didn’t know would become available and you have to inherit that salary. There’s players that you’re going to want to re-sign along the way. So you can’t just push all your chips in there on the table; you’ve got to be selective and try and make the right decisions for the football team.”
Titans' Jon Robinson: 'We'll be aggressive' with trades during NFL draft
Get him cheap for a 5th WR.