The Tennessee Titans have found themselves amid several key offseason storylines.
First, was news that Derrick Henry was on the trade block, but a deal has not happened yet.
Then, was news that the team would like to move on from Ryan Tannehill and that the team was confident in Malik Willis.
However, due to some of the team’s recent actions, it appears that they are willing to take another look.
According to Cameron Wolfe of the NFL Network, Anthony Richardson is slated to meet with the Titans, with the draft just around the corner.
Anthony Richardson got into Nashville last night for Titans "30" visit he's on today, per source. An important visit. Tennessee (No.11) is a team to watch as a QB landing spot. Would they trade up for their guy?
Richardson has visited Vegas (7), Carolina (1) and Indy (4) so far.
— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) April 17, 2023
As Wolfe indicates, the Titans currently hold the 11th overall pick in the draft.
This is Richardson’s fourth official team visit, after the Las Vegas Raiders, Carolina Panthers, and Indianapolis Colts.
Will the Titans take a swing at who is said to be the most athletic quarterback of the entire class?
Richardson had an up-and-down career at the University of Florida, which has caused some hesitation about him as an early first-round pick.
However, his athletic profile turned several heads at the combine and moved him up in the quarterback prospect conversation.
The Titans are coming off of a 7-10 season in 2022, and their fourth-straight season with Tannehill at the helm.
They could be looking for a major change in the position, something that Richardson would provide.
Will the 11th pick be enough to take Richardson, or will the Titans need to move up, as Wolfe suggests?
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