Joe Rexrode has a Q&A piece with Mike Mularkey. These things are always pretty rad. At least they are to me. I like that it's just a one-on-one type thing, and it's even better when the interviewer is great at their job. Rexrode asks some pretty good questions. Most of the questions revolve around how he approaches coaching now, and if he paid any attention to the criticism thrown his way and the Titans way.
Lemme see that draft capital! Robinson enters the 2017 draft with two picks in the first round. Pick number five, and pick eighteen. He could stick and pick, but much like last year, don't count out the possibility of him trading. Robinson himself says it would be a mistake to assume that the team will just "stick and pick." He says draft currency is a powerful thing, and that it gives you the ability to acquire young talent, and that talent is far less expensive than signing a player that has been in the league for awhile now. Robinson says he would love to have a second round pick, because that is the sweet spot of the draft.
That's all for today. Happy reading!