NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans' latest addition in their attempts to retool the interior of their offensive line is California centerguard Brian Schwenke.
Tennessee took Schwenke in the fourth round with the 107th overall pick in the NFL draft.
The Titans already had used their first-round pick on Alabama offensive guard Chance Warmack, taken with the 10th overall...
Score one for my seven-round mock, as the Tennessee Titans used their fourth round pick, 107th overall, on the player I predicted/wanted them to take, offensive lineman Brian Schwenke from California.
Schwenke is a center prospect with good size at 6'3", 314 pounds, who also has excellent quickness off the snap. He's probably a more versatile player and better scheme...
The Chicago Bears today are visiting with former California offensive lineman Brian Schwenke, a third-round prospect in this year's draft.
The Bears must upgrade the interior of the offensive line in this year’s draft. We break down the film of California lineman Brian Schwenke to see if he might be a long-term option in Chicago.
California center Brian Schwenke spoke with FOX Sports NEXT at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. Schwenke put a strong showing during the week of practice in front of over a hundred NFL scouts.
California center Brian Schwenke addresses the no-huddle offense, Southern Utah's defense, and those white helmets the Bears wore against Nevada.