Jon Robinson: I don’t foresee trading A.J. Brown

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Wide receiver A.J. Brown isn’t with the Titans for the voluntary portion of their offseason workout program as he looks for a contract extension ahead of his fourth season and that’s led to musings about whether he could be traded if talks on that deal don’t progress.

Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said earlier this month that the team wouldn’t put Brown on the trade block as long as he’s in the organization and General Manager Jon Robinson addressed the topic during a press conference on Thursday. Robinson said that the Titans have made it public how they feel about wanting Brown on their team and that he doesn’t see a scenario where the team would trade Brown before the season.

“I don’t foresee that happening,” Robinson said.

Robinson said that he’s had discussions with Brown’s representatives and declined to give any insight about whether those talks have moved the two sides toward an agreement. Until one is reached, there will likely be questions about whether Robinson sees anything different on the horizon but there’s no sign that the answers will be changing in Tennessee.

7 responses to “Jon Robinson: I don’t foresee trading A.J. Brown

  1. These front offices and head coaches are insufferable with their plausible deniability concerning potential trades on every team.

  2. There are not enough teams that will trade and then pay top dollar for the number of receivers that want a new contract. Someone loses in this year’s round of musical chairs.

  3. Chicago send them a 2nd and 5th this year and 2nd next year to get this done. If it’s about the contract, the Bears have over $100 million in space starting next year.

  4. Two 2nds won’t get it. Brown’s worth at least a 1st, and then maybe a 2nd or 3rd.

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