Ohio State's Reynolds picked by Titans

The Tennessee Titans took their first linebacker in the 2004 NFL Draft Sunday, choosing linebacker Rob Reynolds of Ohio State in the fifth-round with the 165th pick overall. More

Schobel adds more to D-line

Apparently the Tennessee Titans were serious when they said they would use the 2004 NFL Draft to address their needs at defensive end. With their first pick Sunday, the Titans added a third defensive end in Texas Christian's Bo Schobel. More

BGA's Fleming goes to Titans

The Tennessee Titans drafted a local player for the first time since moving to the state, taking former Battle Ground Academy and University of Tennessee running back Troy Fleming in the sixth round at No. 191 overall. More

CB/KR Waddell joins Titans

The Tennessee Titans stayed on the defensive side of the ball with their second fourth-round pick Sunday, grabbing North Carolina's Michael Waddell. More

Titans select OL Bell

The Tennessee Titans used their first choice of the fifth-round (No. 138 overall) on Miami, Ohio guard Jacob Bell. More

Iowa's Clauss adds to DL class

The Tennessee Titans selected their fifth defensive lineman and second defensive tackle of the 2004 NFL Draft when they grabbed Iowa's Jared Clauss with their first pick of the seventh round, No. 230 overall. More

Titans take Troupe, LaBoy

The Tennessee Titans moved down into the top of the second round and still got a player they coveted when they selected Ben Troupe, a tight end from the University of the Florida, with the 40th overall pick. More

Penn State's Gardner joins Titans

The Tennessee Titans finished their first day of draft work Saturday by selecting Penn State cornerback Rich Gardner with the 92nd overall pick. More

Odom added at No. 57

The Tennessee Titans made another move toward solidifying their defensive end position, grabbing Alabama's Antwan Odom with the 57th pick overall and the last of their three second-round choices. More

More D-line help arrives in Starks

The defensive line poor Tennessee Titans are poor no more after taking defensive linemen with three of their first four choices in the 2004 NFL Draft. The latest to arrive is Maryland's Randy Starks with their first pick in the third round at No. 71. More
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