Titans Acquire OL Dennis Daley From Panthers

We’ve got another trade. The Titans have acquired offensive lineman Dennis Daley from the Panthers, according to Jim Wyatt of the Titans’ website (on Twitter). Daley and a 2024 seventh-round pick will be sent to Tennessee, with Carolina receiving a 2024 fifth-round pick.

A 2019 sixth-round selection, Daley has spent his entire three-year career with the Panthers. He started 21 of his 34 games for the organization, including a 2021 campaign where he started nine of his career-high 15 appearances. He ended up ranking 71st among 82 qualifying guards, per Pro Football Focus, although the site was much more favorable of his performance in 2020.

The 26-year-old was ultimately the odd man out in a crowded OL room. Earlier today, Ellis Williams of the Charlotte Observer wrote that Cameron Erving could actually be the Panthers lineman on the trade block, but at least for the time being, the veteran will be staying put. This is the second trade the Panthers have pulled off today after acquiring wideout Laviska Shenault from the Jaguars.

Daley’s ability to play both guard and tackle should make him a useful piece in Tennessee. The new lineman could end up squeezing one of Corey Levin, Jamarco Jones, or Jordan Roos off the roster.

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