The Tennessee Titans enter the 2023 NFL Draft with six selections at their disposal, and they’ll be on the clock early with the No. 11 pick of the first round.
After three straight seasons of making the playoffs the Titans failed to reach the postseason in 2022, finishing with a 7-10 record that amounted to a second-place finish in the AFC West. For much of the season, the Titans were in the driver’s seat to win the division but a seven-game losing streak to close out the schedule was inevitably the nail in the coffin. Injuries to quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the departure of A.J. Brown proved costly as Derrick Henry was unable to shoulder the offensive load by himself.
Tennessee bolstered both fronts after signing offensive tackle Andre Dillard to a three-year, $29 million contract, as well as defensive lineman Arden Key on a three-year, $21 million deal. The Titans’ offense lost some depth with quarterback Joshua Dobbs agreeing to a deal with the Cleveland Browns, while wide receiver Robert Woods and tight end Austin Hooper departed for the Houston Texans and Las Vegas Raiders, respectively.
We’ll be tracking their picks throughout the three days of the 2023 NFL Draft, as well as any trades they make between now and the end of Saturday.
Round 1: No. 11: Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern
Round 2: No. 33 (from Cardinals): Will Levis, QB, Kentucky
Round 3: No. 81 (from Cardinals) — Tyjae Spears, RB, Tulane
Round 5: No. 147 — Josh Whyle, TE, Cincinnati
Round 6: No. 186 (from Falcons) — Jaelyn Duncan, OT, Maryland
Round 7: No. 228 — Colton Dowell, WR, UT Martin