Tennessee Titans 2023 NFL Draft Picks

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Tennessee Titans 2023 NFL Draft Picks


After making the NFL playoffs three years in a row, the Titans took a step back during the 2022 season going 7-10.

The team hopes to add some valuable pieces in the 2023 NFL Draft to get back into the postseason. Here’s what you need to know about the Titans’ draft picks for 2023.

List of Tennessee Titans Draft Picks in the 2023 NFL Draft

The Titans have six picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. They start the draft with the 11th overall pick. Here’s a list of the picks for new general manager Ran Carthon and the Titans in the 2023 NFL Draft.

– 1st Round: 11th overall

– 2nd Round: 41st overall

– 3rd Round: 72nd overall

– 5th Round: 147th overall

– 6th Round: 186th overall (from Falcons)

– 7th Round: 228th overall

The Titans traded their 2023 fourth-round pick and a 2022 second-round pick to the Falcons for wide receiver Julio Jones. He played just one year with the team and caught one touchdown pass in 10 games. Tennessee did get a sixth-round pick from the Atlanta Falcons in the trade.

The team doesn’t have any compensatory picks for head coach Mike Vrabel as they hope to flip the script in 2023. There will be tough decisions to make with the Tennessee Titans’ first-round pick at the end of April.

Tennessee Titans Mock Draft and Team Needs

The team selected potential quarterback of the future Malik Willis in the 2022 draft in Round 3. He was able to get some playing time due to inconsistent play from Ryan Tannehill along with injuries. The team also released wide receiver Robert Woods, who they traded for from the Los Angeles Rams during the 2022 offseason.

The offensive line will be the team’s main focus with mock drafts showing the team going after talents like offensive tackle Peter Skoronski from Northwestern in Round 1. Paris Johnson Jr. from Ohio State could be another solid choice for the team’s first draft pick.

There is still some uncertainty at quarterback when it comes to the future. The Titans will have a tough decision to make if one of the top signal callers slides to No. 11 overall. In 2022, the team added wide receiver Treylon Burks in the first round and cornerback Roger McCreary in Round 2. McCreary had one interception while starting all 17 games in 2022. He led the team with eight pass deflections.

The Titans 2022 draft class also included RB Hassan Haskins from Michigan in Round 4 and WR Kyle Philips from UCLA in Round 5.

Who do the experts have the Titans taking? You can check out a complete first-round Mock Draft on our sister-site 4for4 here

When is the 2023 NFL Draft?

The 2023 NFL Draft will take place over three days in April in Kansas City, Missouri. The First Round picks will begin on April 27th and will be aired live on both NFL Network and ESPN at 8 p.m ET.

The second and third rounds will take place on April 28th at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the final rounds on April 29th at noon ET. Fans of football can look forward to an exhilarating experience as teams choose their picks and add new talent to their rosters.

Tennessee Titans Draft Picks 2023 FAQs

What is the 2023 NFL Draft?

The 2023 NFL Draft weekend takes place on April 27-29. The event runs from Thursday to Saturday. It begins with the first round on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. This year, it’s located in Kansas City, Missouri at Union Station. Fans from all over the country go to one of the NFL’s biggest events.

What are the Titans’ 2023 NFL Draft Picks?

The Titans have six picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. They have a pick in every round except for the fourth round. The team has all original picks except for Round 6, which comes from a trade with the Atlanta Falcons.

What pick do the Tennessee Titans have in the first round?

The Tennessee Titans have the 11th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. In last year’s draft, the team kicked off the draft order by drafting wide receiver Treylon Burks from Arkansas. The Titans drafted him to replace their traded wideout, A.J. Brown. They went on to draft cornerback Roger McCreary from Auburn in Round 2.

Author: Sam Russell

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