Found March 30, 2013 on Total Titans:
I started putting together a post on how the Titans spent by position in 2012, like the one I did last offseason, when something I'd noticed before struck me. There were 30 players who played at least 300 snaps on offense or defense for the Titans in 2012. And where did the Titans find those players? Four of them were first-round picks playing on their rookie contract. That's Jake Locker, Kenny Britt, Kendall Wright, and Derrick Morgan. Three of them were second-round picks playing on their rookie contract. That's Sen'Derrick Marks, Akeem Ayers, and Zach Brown. Five of them were third-round picks playing on their rookie contract. That's Jared Cook, Damian Williams, Jurrell Casey, Mike Martin, and Ryan Mouton. Three of them were fourth-round picks playing on their rookie contract. That's Colin McCarthy, Coty Sensabaugh, and Alterraun Verner. Twelve of them were players not on their rookie deal signed to a contract with an average per year of at...
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