27. Tennessee Titans: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
The Tennessee Titans lost Jack Conklin in free agency a couple of seasons ago and tried to bring in Isaiah Wilson to replace him. However, Wilson proved to be uninterested in actually playing football and they had to move on. Still needing a new right tackle, they end up with Charles Cross who could play on either side.
Tennessee heads into this offseason frustrated after they lost to the Cincinnati Bengals despite having the No. 1 seed — and getting Derrick Henry back. They can’t let that ruin their expectations this coming year because they still have a solid team and could still contend if they fill a few holes.
28. Green Bay Packers: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
This offseason will prove to be an interesting one for the Green Bay Packers. They were the No. 1 seed in the NFC and lost to the San Francisco 49ers at home, in large part due to a breakdown on special teams late.
With the season now over, all eyes will be on Aaron Rodgers as he continues his own personal soap opera where he tries to convince us all the Packers keep letting him down and ignoring the fact that he’s been the one who lost to the 49ers four times in his career now.
Unsure of what will happen there, the Packers can at least bolster their defense with the selection of Devin Lloyd from Utah. A three-down linebacker who will help cover the middle of the field, Lloyd shot into the first-round conversation with a huge 2021 campaign.