Let’s start with the obvious. Mariota is off the table as the consensus No. 1 pick, but sitting at No. 2 might be the best QB in college football. Yes, he has off-the-field issues, but there's no doubt he's talented. He could be a franchise-saving QB and that might be too hard to pass up.
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Let’s stick with the QB theme here. Zach Mettenberger, who went 0-7 and is coming off an injury, may not be your best bet. Hoyer will in all likelihood not re-sign with the Browns. Hoyer is a proven signal caller and can win some games. Not to mention he could be a great backup if Mettenberger were to win the job.
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The Titans are desperate for a pass rusher and Beasley might be the best in the draft. Beasley holds the Clemson career record for sacks with 33 and was named to four All-American teams while at Clemson.
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Hardy is one of the premier defensive ends in the NFL. He is awaiting trial on his domestic violence case and it could cost him some time in 2015. If the Titans are willing to take a shot with Hardy, they could potentially get a steal with one of the best DEs in the NFL.
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There is literally no position the Titans don’t need help with so let’s move over to WR. The WR market is stacked and Cobb (only 24) is often a forgotten name. He was a huge part of the Packers success with 91 catches, 1,287 yards, and 12 touchdowns. The Titans could offer Cobb the chance to be their No. 1 WR for years to come.
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Ekpre-Olomu is considered one of the best corners in college football. He recently suffered a serious knee injury. He is a projected first-round pick, but because of the injury may fall. He is regarded as a lockdown corner, which the Titans desperately need.
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Jackson is one of the premier corners on the market. The Titans will have to open up their wallet to get him, but it will be worth it. Jackson is a lockdown corner who is only 26 years old. He can cover opposing teams' best receivers. And coming from Houston he is already familiar with the AFC South.
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Iupati may not be a sexy signing but he sure would be a good one. At the guard position and only 27 years old he could be a staple there for years to come. He protects the QB well and the Titans could run off of him just like the 49ers did with Frank Gore.
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Gregory is a 6-foot-6, 255-pound DE out of Nebraska and is an absolute beast. In only 10 starts, he totaled 66 tackles and 10.5 sacks. The Titans need someone who can get to the QB, and this could be their guy. Gregory is the model of consistency and would be a great pickup for the Titans in the offseason.