Tennessee Titans Fans Shouldn't Get Their Hopes Up For Brandin Cooks

  • Tennessee Titans Fans Shouldn't Get Their Hopes Up For Brandin Cooks

Tennessee Titans Fans Shouldn't Get Their Hopes Up For Brandin Cooks

The Titans have a need for speed. Yet just two players, Julian Edelman and Martellus Bennett, finished with over 700 receiving yards. As a rookie, he caught 53 passes for 550 yards (10.4 average) and three touchdowns.

Sharpe was faced with a very tough transition last season. The Eagles are in the mix for sure, but the Titans have ammo. It was a transition that he partially struggled with. That option is still nearly half of what Jeffery is allegedly commanding yearly.

"I think by the time next Tuesday rolls around, there's a pretty good chance that Brandin Cooks is going to be moved". Knowing the Saints are looking for pass-rushing help, many believe Connor Barwin, 30, or Mychal Kendricks, 26, are the players that may be shipped out of Philadelphia.

A few proven veteran wide receivers will be available in free agency. An exchange between these teams will involve 2017 draft picks.

"Closed mouths don't get fed", Cooks said after the game.

"We have the number 2 pick and that's a valuable asset". They would also be getting first round value with Cooks.

Cooks was the No. 20 overall pick by the Saints in 2014. All 32 teams have descended upon Indianapolis looking for their future stars, and the draft prospects have showed up looking to make a distinct impression.

At least five teams have made inquiries for the 23-year-old receiver. With a strong free agent class of wide receivers, any interested parties, whether they be the Titans or Eagles, can easily say they'll explore those options instead and keep their first rounder, but nice talking to you. Cooks is unhappy with his role with the Saints where he was primarily used "as a clear-out receiver" to open up lanes for other players. Trading Barwin would net the Eagles over 7 million in cap space. The Titans will be no exception. It will give the Eagles just what they want, a young-dynamic wide receiver, while keeping their draft picks. If that is the case, it would seemingly remove one of them from the Jeffery sweepstakes. Players like Reuben Foster, Jamaal Adams, Leonard Fournette, and Malik Hooker are all stellar athletes with the potential to be stars in the National Football League from day one. Having won the Super Bowl, the Patriots have the last pick in the first round, and New Orleans appear to have other options.

The Saints have apparently named their price for wide reciever Brandin Cooks. They do not have a second-round pick.