NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- For the Tennessee Titans, the second round of the draft has been a wasteland.
It's the largest of all the indictments of former general manager Ruston Webster, who now works for Thomas Dimitroff as a national scout in Atlanta.
Not only are all of Webster's second-round picks gone, but the Titans are also cutting last year's third-rounder, offensive lineman Jeremiah Poutasi.
In Webster's drafts from 2011-15, he had 12 picks inside the top 100. Eight of them are gone: Receiver Dorial Green-Beckham (traded), Poutasi, Sankey, Hunter, cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson, linebackers Zaviar Gooden and Zach Brown, and defensive lineman Mike Martin.
Those picks -- 40th, 60th, 54th, 34th, 70th, 97th, 52nd and 82nd -- need to be the core of the team, not playing elsewhere or heading out of the league.