Radunz ready to join rowdy Titans offensive line


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Tennessee Titans hope to make up for their first-round mistake a year ago with the selection of offensive tackle Dillon Radunz of North Dakota State with the 53rd overall pick in the NFL draft. The Titans traded away offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson in March after drafting him at No. 29 overall in 2020. Wilson played four snaps before being suspended, then placed on the injured reserve/non-football injury list. The Titans wound up selecting on defense with three of their first four picks. GM Jon Robinson traded back in the second round and drafted Georgia linebacker Monty Rice and Washington cornerback Elijah Molden.

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