Scenario 1: The Titans need a player along the defensive front who can disrupt and make life easier for DEs Kamerion Wimbley and Derrick Morgan, and getting Floyd here would be a good value.
Scenario 2: Mingo is also a great fit here. He could play in a rotation and provide pass-rush pressure while adding the necessary strength.
Scenario 3: Tennessee upgraded the offensive line with the addition of Levitre, but could still use help there, and in this scenario, Cooper would certainly help accomplish that.
Stats and Info: The Titans were one of three teams (along with the Bears and Seahawks) that failed to get at least 700 plays out of an offensive guard in 2012. Cooper hasn't missed a game since his freshman year, appearing in 46 straight games to finish his UNC career.
I just don't see it being Floyd, but hey, I could be wrong, Jack.