Do not count out Jamal Adams and Malik Hooker as being draft options for the Titans. Paul Kuharsky looks into why it would make sense for the Titans to draft a safety high in the first round. He notes that the Titans rotated four safeties last season. Playing time was about even for all four players, but things were a little different once Byard became the starting safety over the last six games. Mularkey said he expects the team to continue to rotate at safety this upcoming season.
Quick Hit: Jim Wyatt's mailbag.
Tim Shaw has advice for Dwight Clark: live every day to the fullest. Dwight Clark was recently diagnosed with ALS (a condition Tim Shaw has been battling since 2014). Shaw said he doesn't know Clark personally, and can't speak to his character, but suggests that he do everything that he can, live every day to the fullest, and share his experiences with his friends and family.
Quick Hit: The Titans to concessions vendor Aramark: "YOU'RE FIRED!"
That's all for today. Happy reading!