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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans GM Jon Robinson says it's 50-50 that the Titans draft fifth and 18th as scheduled.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey and other versatile offensive weapons appeal to Mike Mularkey, who loves trick plays. Mularkey said such a skill set is a bonus. Titans ask skill players their background. "Did you play quarterback, have you been put in position to throw, what gadget plays?" Probably more guys who fit exotic piece of exotic smash mouth in this draft the others, he said.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio said team has 50-75 players on draft board, per Mike Reiss. I asked Titans GM Jon Robinson, once of the New England front office, how many Titans have.  "Maybe a few more than that," he said.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans GM Jon Robinson on the potential for a deal out of No. 5. "Probably not going to happen on the first phone call. There would be a little bit of back and forth, I would imagine."

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite signing Mike Glennon in free agency, quarterback is still a priority for the Bears. Although it seems unlikely Chicago grabs a quarterback at No. 3 overall, the Bears could address the position a little later in the draft. Two names to watch: Miami's Brad Kaaya and California's Davis Webb.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans GM Jon Robinson opens pre-draft presser by thanking scouts. Confirms Taylor Lewan option pick up.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

The fifth-year option picked up on Jake Matthews' contract with Falcons is expected to be worth $12,346,000 for 2018, according to source.

John Clayton @ClaytonESPN

With Adrian Peterson getting $3.5 million a year, the market is set for Marshawn Lynch. I think he will accept $3.5 million with Raiders.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Over his NFL career, Adrian Peterson has nearly double the amount of games with 100 rushing yards as Saints RBs since Drew Brees joined New Orleans in 2006. Peterson was drafted in 2007.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints officially announced their 2-year agreement with Adrian Peterson. "It's rare and unique to have the opportunity to add a Hall of Fame player to your roster," Sean Payton said in a statement. "His career has been top-notch and speaks for itself. We think he will be an excellent fit in our locker room and in our offense. …"

Field Yates @FieldYates

Source: the Titans have picked the 2018 fifth-year option on OT Taylor Lewan. No brainer for the tone-setting OT.