The Titans continued to add to their front seven, selecting Boston College pass rusher Harold Landry. Oakland now owns an additional third-round pick, No. 89, and moved into Tennessee’s No. 57 slot in the second round, per Field Yates of ESPN.com (on Twitter).
Landry was projected by most to go off the board on Thursday night, but some teams had concerns about the edge defender’s medical history. Landry missed nearly half of Boston College’s 2017 season with an ankle malady. This and a back issue concerned some teams. However, it looks to be clear the Titans were not one of them.
The Titans have added two players to their second level, with Landry likely slotting in at outside linebacker in Tennessee’s 3-4 set. Landry dominated as a junior, registering 16.5 sacks and 22 tackles for loss.