"Fifty/Fifty", the second-year general manager said Tuesday when asked what odds he would give on whether the Tennessee Titans actually would make their picks as scheduled - Nos.
Jon Robinson has made it very clear he is willing to trade National Football League draft picks, a philosophy the Titans general manager demonstrated when he swapped the top overall selection a year ago.
It feels a lot like the Browns' approach, acknowledging that you can't be ideal in the draft and that accumulating picks is the best way to improve the odds of finding a gem.
NFL Media's Mike Silver has reported that multiple teams picking in the top eight have discussed trade-down scenarios with the Cleveland Browns.
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"We've had a few calls", Robinson said, via Jason Wolf of the Tennesseean.
The Titans own the No. 5 pick, which was acquired previous year from the Los Angeles Rams in the Jared Goff trade, as well as their own pick at No. 18. So any move by Robinson likely will help net a pick to get back into that round. He also was first-team All-Pro as a rookie.
The last time it happened the teams was still known as the Houston Oilers. Now they hope to use those picks to fill out a couple holes in the roster.
Or they could trade both. "I'm just trying to do what I can do to put the team in the best position to win football games".