Source: Eagles, Bears pushing hardest for Titans' No. 2 pick

General manager Ruston Webster told ESPN's Bob Holtzman on Thursday that the Tennessee Titans, who hold the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft, are talking to three or four teams about possibly trading the pick.

A league source told ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky that the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears are pushing hardest for the pick. Multiple sources told ESPN that the Bears want QB Jay Cutler to be part of the deal, but the Titans are not interested.

A source told Holtzman that the New York Jets, Cleveland Browns and St. Louis Rams also have talked with the Titans about the selection.

Webster said earlier Thursday that the team has had "fairly substantial conversations" with a couple of teams, but it has not gotten to the point of talking specifics.

"There's nothing imminent," Webster said.

The Browns, according to the source, made an offer to the Titans that includes the team's two first-round picks -- 12th and 19th overall, a source told ESPN.com's Pat McManamon on Wednesday. Both the Browns and Titans privately denied the report, however.

ESPN's John Clayton reports that the Titans are looking for at least a top 16 pick as part of any deal to trade their No. 2 pick. The Jets hold the No. 6 pick, the Rams are at No. 10.

Browns general manager Ray Farmer told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler he won't be pressured into addressing quarterback or any other position and won't be forced into a trade that doesn't make him feel comfortable.

Farmer stressed there's "smoke" and "fodder" out there and to not believe it. Farmer's staff has been on the phone with opposing teams and is expected to remain active before the draft starts.

The Browns are not comfortable with giving up three first-round picks for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota or any other player, according to a source.

Mariota is widely expected to be the No. 2 selection by whichever team picks at that spot.

Webster said he would prefer to get draft picks in return for the No. 2 pick, rather than players.