The Titans' prizes from last weekend's draft filled key areas with more young talent and should give the coaching staff the weapons they need to keep the Titans on top of the AFC South. I'd imagine Kerry is pretty happy with the haul of Britt and Cook, who should help bolster the passing game pretty quickly. Picks like Mouton and McRath will also give a boost to special teams right away.
Another reason to be a big Kenny Britt fan: Peter King doesn't like him!
• Tennessee. Not a huge Kenny Britt fan. Not at all. But he's a big receiver and Mike Heimerdinger must think he can get something out of him early; I thought a center for the long term would have been smarter ... The pick I like better is Sen'Derrick Marks, to replace the lost Albert Haynesworth. He just needs to be in the rotation with the other terrific young middle-cloggers Jeff Fisher and Mike Reinfeldt have gathered.
Who wants to take bets on whether King's beef with Britt is over coffee selection or Brett Favre?
Bo should really quit holding out: it's now obvious to all that he's not going to get the long term contract that his camp is angling for. Still no word on if Scaife has even signed the franchise tender since the Cook pick was made.
Almost better than the last few rounds of the draft are the undrafted free agents the team will bring in and sign today. One of the first to be announced was the 2008 Big 10 Defensive Lineman of the Year, Mitch King of Iowa. Check back today because we'll be updating the list of guys as they are announced.
Don't look for a landslide of undrafted FAs, however, because they tend to stay away from teams that are as deep as the Titans so they can go places where they have a better shot of making a roster.
Paul K takes a look at the suddenly extremely deep depth chart we have at running back, and it's no surprise that disappointing 2007 2nd rounder Chris Henry is dangling at the bottom for now.
The Tennessean staff gives the Titans' draft a range from B all the way to B+, which sounds about right.
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