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Photo taken at the Carolina Panthers vs Tennessee Titans game at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN on November 15, 2015.

By Terry McCormick
TitanInsider.com

With the draft now just days away, the Tennessee Titans will have ample opportunity to upgrade their roster with nine picks overall, thanks in part to their trade with the Los Angeles Rams. The Titans parted with the No. 1 overall pick (plus a fourth and a sixth this year), moving down to 15th, but picking up two second-round choices and a third-rounder this year, plus the Rams’ first and third-round selections in 2017.

All of this should help first-year general manager Jon Robinson replenish the Titans franchise not only with starters, but much-needed depth. Tennessee is now literally dealing from a position of strength, holding six of the first 76 picks in the draft with three choices in round two and two more in round three.

So as Robinson begins his first draft as the Titans GM, let’s look at the Titans needs – first on the offensive side of the ball by position and analyze how much help the Titans should obtain on draft day at each one.

For more on where the Titans might go with their selections, visit TitanInsider.com to look at what the Titans might be looking to bolster their offense.

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