CJ2K is not attending OTA's, though he is Tweeting about working out in Florida. Keep in mind that he isn't the only one missing the OTA's: Bo Scaife and Stephen Tulloch are confirmed as missing the earliest OTAs.
Derrick Morgan's motor and ferocity are drawing comparisons to some pretty memorable Titans DEs: Kyle Vanden Bosch and Jevon Kearse. With that comaprison in mind, lets temper expectations by remembering that KVB was a complete mess his fist few years in the league, Kearse flamed out after his first few years...
After hours of investigative work, Jim Wyatt digs up one analyst who really likes the Titans' draft.
In all honesty, I'm surprised it didn't come out earlier that Dali Dungy wasn't linked as a 'mentor' to LeGarrette Blount, because it probably would have given teams the public cover to draft him. Everyone knows it's better to have one Dungy sign-off on you than a thousand Kipers and McShays.
Best pick: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech (1st round, No. 16 overall): Morgan was rated by most as the best defensive end in the draft, but ended up being the third taken. One of the reasons the Titans took a big step backward from '08 in '09 was because of a sub-par pass rush. Morgan should be instant impact.
Riskiest pick: Myron Rolle, S, Florida State (6th round, No. 207 overall): Since there is no "Smartest pick" category, we'll put the sixth-round choice of the Rhodes Scholar here. Rolle was never a great playmaker with the Seminoles and knows that if he struggles he has a medical career (and Oxford education) to fall back on.
Final analysis: Five of the first seven picks were defensive players, an obvious attempt to upgrade the overall talent of the league's 28th-ranked defense. Three of those players were defensive backs, but keep an eye on Georgia outside linebacker Rennie Curran, who may be undersized but is a high-effort tackling machine.
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