2014 Draft done - 05/11/14

Another draft in the books, and the Titans have new players for the 2014 season. They should all make the roster, with the team not picking in either the 3rd or 7th rounds. In all, the Titans added three players on the offensive side and three on the defensive side.

To me, the most interesting is Bishop Sankey, the 2nd round pick from Washington. he ran for nearly 3400 yards in the last two seasons for the Huskies, and has some impressive game by game stats. He only had one bad game out 13. Here's a link to his game log from 2013.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/gamelog/_/id/16794/type/college/bishop-sankey

This could be the guy to replace Chris Johnson, and if he's 2/3 as productive as CJ in his first season, the pick will be a huge success.

 

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