The Cardinals could pick up multiple picks from the Titans if they were to trade back six spots in the first round.
Defensive linemen Woodrow Hamilton and Bruce Hector, linebacker BJ Bello and defensive back Chris Jones have agreed to contract terms. Bello (6-3, 229) has the most experience of the group. Undrafted out of Illinois State in 2017, he has appeared in 37 games with four different franchises over his four years in the league.
As a result, Tennessee is one of five AFC teams and eight overall that will not get a fifth year from any of its first-round picks in 2016 and 2017. One of the others is the New York Jets, who picked up their option on safety Jamal Adams (sixth overall, 2017) but traded him to Seattle last season in a deal that gave the Seahawks – among other things – an extra first-round pick in each of the next two drafts. Now, it falls to inside linebacker Rashaan Evans.