Titans were among teams with most interest in Benardrick McKinney trade

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The Tennessee Titans were reportedly among the teams with the most interest in trading for inside linebacker Bernardrick McKinney before the Houston Texans traded him to the Miami Dolphins for defensive end Shaq Lawson.

The deal between the Texans and Dolphins also reportedly includes a swap of late-round picks, with Houston getting a sixth-rounder while sending back a seventh-rounder to Miami.

The Titans’ mere interest in McKinney could say a lot about what the future holds for inside linebacker Jayon Brown, who is set to be a free agent this offseason.

If the plan was to bring Brown back, chances are the Titans wouldn’t have been in on a trade for the veteran linebacker, who would have been a solid replacement for Tennessee’s former fifth-round pick.

We’ll see if that notion holds true in the days ahead with the legal tampering period beginning on Monday, March 15, and the official start of free agency landing on Wednesday, March 17.

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