When a team develops a superstar and it’s time to renegotiate a new contract, a team is paying for what they believe a player can contribute going forward and sometimes you have to go against public opinion and let the player leave. This past offseason, the Buffalo Bills made a smart decision letting guard Andy Levitre leave via free agency to the Tennessee Titans for a six-year, $46.8 million deal.
The 2013 NFL Draft is set to begin shortly and if the rumors are true it will certainly be entertaining as there are a number of teams looking to make moves. Here's a look at the first 10 picks of the draft and what might happen if those franchises choose to stay put. First Round no.1: Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan Rumors are swirling that the Kansas City Chiefs prefer Fisher over Luke
The Tennessee Titans have already added Andy Levitre and tight end Delanie Walker during free agency and in the 2013 NFL Draft will have nine selections. Here's a look at how the draft will look. First Round No.10: Jonathan Cooper, G/C, North Carolina Even with the signing of Levitre to improve the offensive line the Titans will take Cooper a versatille player who can also play center. Though he turned down a chance to play in the Senior Bowl he impressed at the combine. Second Round No.40: Kawann Short, DT, Purdue