Doesn't this sound like somebody is salty their team didn't get him? From roto. There are still moving parts, but the Falcons will get Tennessee's second-round pick next year as the centerpiece of the deal. The Titans don’t have the cap space to take on Jones’s full $15.3 million salary, so the they'll have to restructure before it's finalized. Jones gives Tennessee an All-Pro to pair with A.J. Brown after moving on from Corey Davis and Jonnu Smith, and should open up an offense that averaged the third-fewest passing plays per game last season. Ryan Tannehill's deep accuracy doesn't fit with Jones, and Brown's presence won't offer much of an upgrade for Jones in terms of targets, but Jones should have no trouble topping his 51/771/3 line from 2020 if he stays healthy.