Sebastian Tretola. Remember that guy? He was drafted in the sixth round of the 2016 draft if you forgot. He's learned a lot in his rookie season, and he aims to show what he's learned. He only played three snaps (against the Jaguars in October), but he still soaked in a lot of knowledge from Russ #NeckBlocking Grimm, and from the offensive line that, according to PFF, ranked number one this past season. He said it was different for him to sit out on game day, but he still learned a lot from the guys on the line, and from practice. He went up against Casey in practice, and Jurrell believes Tretola has a big potential. Tretola's goal for 2017: to get on the field.
Quick Hit: Jim Wyatt's mailbag.
How Titans GM Jon Robinson turned almost everything to "gold" in his first year. A year ago the man inherited a mess, and immediately went to work to clean things up. It all started with a trade to the Philadelphia Eagles from Running Back DeMarco Murray. All he traded for him was a measly fourth round pick. It paid off though. Murray had a resurgence this past season, and ended up leading the AFC in rushing yards, and was also named to the Pro Bowl. He had the first pick of the 2016 draft, but he had a franchise quarterback in place, so dude fleeced the Rams by trading it to them for their 15th pick, two second round picks, and their first round pick in the 2017 draft. He turned around and traded up to the eighth pick in the draft to snag Jack Conklin, who was named to the AP's All-Pro Team in his rookie year. He also brought in several Free Agents, and "cut the fat" so to speak, along the way.
Quick Hit: Could the Titans draft a Safety 5th overall?
That's all for today. Happy reading!