Report: Titans eyeing trade up to start 2nd round of NFL draft

According to NFL reporter Mike Giardi, the Tennessee Titans are working hard to try and find a trading partner to move up in the second round of the 2023 NFL draft.

The most likely direction the Titans are going is to try and land Kentucky quarterback Will Levis. Levis slide out of the first round on Thursday night with three other quarterbacks being drafted very early.

If the Titans really want Levis, and it makes sense they would, the most likely trade partner is the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers currently own the top pick in the second round and are very open that they are listening to offers. Tennessee currently holds the No. 41 pick in the second round.

Levis scouting reporter reads like a prospect NFL teams don’t know what to do with. His athletic potential is off the charts but his inconsistency shows up on film.

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Story originally appeared on Draft Wire