The Tennessee Titans were one of the better stories in the NFL this past season, as Ryan Tannehill stepped in for Marcus Mariota and led the team to the AFC Championship Game. The team rewarded Tannehill with a huge new deal, quieting all the talk surrounding them bringing in Tom Brady, and placed the franchise tag on fellow free agent Derrick Henry.
One other big name free agent who is likely gone is cornerback Logan Ryan, and with the No. 29 overall selection, the Titans should look to address him leaving. Trevon Diggs is not only one of the better cornerbacks in this draft class, but he comes from an NFL pedigree, as his brother, Stefon, is a star wideout for the Buffalo Bills.
Tennessee has the right pieces in place for them to be good for a very long time, and Tannehill more than earned his money this past season. The Titans play in a division that is going to be very tough next season, and with Philip Rivers joining the Indianapolis Colts, they cannot afford to take a step back in their secondary.
The Green Bay Packers will look to bring in a new weapon for quarterback Aaron Rodgers via the 2020 NFL Draft, and a player like Laviska Shenault Jr. could be available this late in round one. Injuries questions will plague him during the draft process, and if he is available with pick No. 30, the team needs to jump at selecting him.
Green Bay made it all the way to the NFC Championship Game last season, and if they want to take the next step forward, they have to shore up the issues on this roster. Sure, they need linebacker help with Blake Martinez heading to the New York Giants, but if they are not better on offense next season, there is now way they can get to the top of the NFC.
Rodgers still has a ton of good football left in him, and Davante Adams is still one of the better wideouts in this league. Allen Lazard was given an original round tender on Tuesday, so he should be back in 2020, but they have to go into next season with more than what they have at the position group.