NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- When the Tennessee Titans traded linebacker Akeem Ayers to New England and demoted starting quarterback Jake Locker, reports of other names being on the trade block started to surface.
Don’t count on an additional deal, general manager Ruston Webster said on his weekly visit with The Midday 180 on 104.5 The Zone in Nashville, a show I co-host.
“We actively traded Akeem; that was something we were working on and trying to do and was good for both parties,” Webster said. “Outside of that, there's really nothing imminent, nothing on the back burner. I'd be surprised if anything happened before the trade deadline.”
The Titans have plenty of underachieving players and they might not be worth much. Getting not much for them isn’t always better than seeing things through.
It would be nice if the Titans could replenish their roster or stock up on draft picks with more in-season moves. It’s rare a team can do so, and Webster clearly doesn’t want fans to expect it.