Want the No. 2 overall pick from Tennessee?
Get ready to pay big.
That’s the Titans’ stance on the matter at least, per a published report.
According to Fox’s Jay Glazer, the Titans have let it be known that only “a HUGEEEE value” will get them to move the selection.
Per ESPN’s Bob Holtzman, Titans G.M. Ruston Webster has indicated that 3-to-4 teams have been in contact with Tennessee regarding the No. 2 pick, with Webster noting that some of the discussions have been “fairly substantial.”
Also, Webster said the Titans would prefer to choose in the top 16 spots of Round One, ESPN reports.
The Eagles, who have long been linked to Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, select 20th in Round One.
Who doesn’t love draft poker?
UPDATE 1 p.m. ET: According to Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean, the Eagles, Jets, Browns and Rams have all talked to Tennessee.