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    Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    2010 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 16 Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
    3 77 Damian Williams WR USC
    3 97 Rennie Curran LB Georgia
    4 104 Alterraun Verner CB UCLA
    5 148 Robert Johnson DB Utah
    6 176 Rusty Smith QB Florida Atlantic
    6 207 Myron Rolle DB Florida State
    7 222 Marc Mariani WR Montana
    7 241 David Howard DT Brown

    2009 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 30 Kenny Britt WR Rutgers
    2 62 Sen'Derrick Marks DT Auburn
    3 89 Jared Cook TE South Carolina
    3 94 Ryan Mouton DB Hawaii
    4 130 Gerald McRath LB Southern Mississippi
    4 135 Troy Kropog T Tulane
    5 173 Javon Ringer RB Michigan State
    6 203 Jason McCourty DB Rutgers
    6 206 Dominique Edison WR Stephen F. Austin St.
    7 239 Ryan Durand G Syracuse
    7 242 Nick Schommer DB North Dakota State

    2008 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 24 Chris Johnson RB East Carolina
    2 54 Jason Jones DT Eastern Michigan
    3 85 Craig Stevens TE California
    4 103 William Hayes DE Winston-Salem State
    4 126 Lavelle Hawkins WR California
    4 134 Stanford Keglar LB Purdue
    7 229 Cary Williams CB Washburn

    2007 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 19 Michael Griffin FS Texas
    2 50 Chris Henry RB Arizona
    3 80 Paul Williams WR Fresno State
    4 115 Leroy Harris C North Carolina State
    4 128 Chris Davis WR Florida State
    5 152 Antonio Johnson DT Mississippi State
    6 188 Joel Filani WR Texas Tech
    6 204 Jacob Ford DE Central Arkansas
    6 206 Ryan Smith CB Florida
    7 223 Michael Otto OT Purdue

    2006 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 3 Vince Young QB Texas
    2 45 LenDale White RB USC
    4 102 Calvin Lowry DB Penn State
    4 116 Stephen Tulloch LB North Carolina State
    5 137 Terna Nande LB Miami (Ohio)
    5 169 Jesse Mahelona DT Tennessee
    6 172 Jonathan Orr WR Wisconsin
    7 215 Cortland Finnegan DB Samford
    7 245 Spencer Toone LB Utah
    7 246 Quinton Ganther RB Utah

    2005 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 6 Pacman Jones CB West Virginia
    2 41 Michael Roos T Eastern Washington
    3 68 Courtney Roby WR Indiana
    3 96 Brandon Jones WR Oklahoma
    4 108 Vincent Fuller DB Virginia Tech
    4 113 David Stewart T Mississippi State
    4 136 Roydell Williams WR Tulane
    5 142 Damien Nash RB Missouri
    5 150 Daniel Loper T Texas Tech
    6 179 Bo Scaife TE Texas
    7 218 Reynaldo Hill CB Florida

    2004 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    2 40 Ben Troupe TE Florida
    2 42 Travis LaBoy DE Hawaii
    2 57 Antwan Odom DE Alabama
    3 71 Randy Starks DT Maryland
    3 92 Rich Gardner CB Penn State
    4 103 Bo Schobel DE Texas Christian
    4 124 Michael Waddell CB North Carolina
    5 138 Jacob Bell G Miami (Ohio)
    5 165 Rob Reynolds LB Ohio State
    6 191 Troy Fleming RB Tennessee
    7 230 Jared Clauss DT Iowa
    7 239 Eugene Amano C Southeast Missouri State
    7 241 Sean McHugh TE Penn State

    2003 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 28 Andre Woolfolk CB Oklahoma
    2 60 Tyrone Calico WR Middle Tennessee State
    3 93 Chris Brown RB Colorado
    4 126 Rien Long DT Washington State
    5 154 Donnie Nickey DB Ohio State
    7 225 Todd Williams G Florida State

    2002 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 15 Albert Haynesworth DT Tennessee
    2 45 Tank Williams SS Stanford
    3 77 Rocky Calmus LB Oklahoma
    4 110 Mike Echols CB Wisconsin
    4 115 Tony Beckham CB Wisconsin-Stout
    4 133 Rocky Boiman LB Notre Dame
    5 151 Jake Schifino WR Akron
    6 187 Justin Hartwig G Kansas
    7 225 Darrell Hill WR Northern Illinois
    7 240 Carlos Hall DE Arkansas

    2001 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    2 60 Andre Dyson CB Utah
    3 90 Shad Meier TE Kansas State
    4 124 Justin McCareins WR Northern Illinois
    5 159 Eddie Berlin WR Northern Iowa
    6 192 Dan Alexander RB Nebraska
    6 199 Adam Haayer T Minnesota
    7 232 Keith Adams LB Clemson

    2000 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 30 Keith Bulluck LB Syracuse
    3 68 Erron Kinney TE Florida
    3 93 Byron Frisch DE Brigham Young
    4 124 Bobby Myers SAF Wisconsin
    4 128 Peter Sirmon LB Oregon
    5 135 Aric Morris SAF Michigan State
    5 160 Frank Chamberlin LB Boston College
    6 197 Robaire Smith DE Michigan State
    7 213 Mike Green RB Houston
    7 237 Wes Shivers G Mississippi State

    1999 - Tennessee Titans
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 16 Jevon Kearse DE Florida
    2 52 John Thornton DT West Virginia
    3 81 Zach Piller T Florida
    4 114 Brad Ware SAF Auburn
    4 117 Donald Mitchell DB Southern Methodist
    5 151 Kevin Daft QB California-Davis
    6 186 Darran Hall -- Colorado State
    7 222 Phil Glover LB Utah

    1998 - Tennessee Oilers
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 16 Kevin Dyson WR Utah
    2 46 Samari Rolle CB Florida State
    3 77 Dainon Sidney DB Alabama-Birmingham
    4 107 Joe Salave'a DT Arizona
    5 139 Benji Olson G Washington
    6 168 Lee Wiggins -- South Carolina
    7 205 Jimmy Sprotte LB Arizona
    7 229 Kevin Long C Florida State

    1997 - Tennessee Oilers
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 18 Kenny Holmes DE Miami (Fla.)
    2 46 Joey Kent WR Tennessee
    3 75 Denard Walker CB Louisiana State
    3 81 Scott Sanderson T Washington State
    4 98 Derrick Mason WR Michigan State
    4 107 Pratt Lyons DE Troy State
    5 143 George McCullough DB Baylor
    6 181 Dennis Stallings LB Illinois
    7 216 Armon Williams DB Arizona

    1996 - Houston Oilers
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 14 Eddie George RB Ohio State
    2 38 Bryant Mix DE Alcorn State
    2 48 Jason Layman T Tennessee
    3 74 Terry Killens LB Penn State
    4 107 Kendrick Burton DE Alabama
    4 109 Jon Runyan T Michigan
    5 143 Rayna Stewart SAF Northern Arizona
    6 177 Anthony Dorsett CB Pittsburgh
    7 218 Mike Archie RB Penn State

    1995 - Houston Oilers
    RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
    1 3 Steve McNair QB Alcorn State
    2 35 Anthony Cook DE South Carolina State
    3 67 Chris Sanders WR Ohio State
    3 89 Rodney Thomas RB Texas A&M
    3 95 Torey Hunter CB Washington State
    4 101 Michael Roan TE Wisconsin
    5 159 Gary Walker DT Auburn
    6 174 Hicham El-Mashtoub C Arizona
    7 211 C.J. Richardson DB Miami (Fla.)
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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    From the looks of it, it seems like Fisher tried to get impact offensive players early then draft for his defense....Just look all the quality 1st round picks ....even though pacman didn pan out he starts in cinci

    EDIT: Also keep in mind no Offensive lineman taken in the 1st might not look good for the Kalil supporters
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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    the vast majority are defensive draftees with some impact offensive players sprinkled in.. i still think we take blackmon outside of a trade.
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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    Quote Originally Posted by ZiaRam View Post
    the vast majority are defensive draftees with some impact offensive players sprinkled in.. i still think we take blackmon outside of a trade.
    What i mean is 3 out of fisher's 1st four drafts with the Titans (oilers) he took his offensive impact players...we have the QB part already (Jax has a couple good years left) so we will need the RB and WR

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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    Was Fisher responsible for the draft while with the Titans?


    I only looked at a few seasons but:
    2007 not a great draft
    Amazing how many players are still on the roster from 2008 and 2009. I mean, wow?
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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    He is great at finding late talent.

    Alterraun Verner who is spectacular, Marc Mariani one of the best returners, Jared Cook a beast TE.
    Gerald McRath is a nice OLB.
    Javon Ringer's a solid backup RB.
    Jason McCourty is a great nickel back find.
    Leroy Harris was a nice find at OG.
    Cary Williams was an awesome 7th round CB, now with the Ravens started 16 games and played great.
    Finnegan a pro bowl CB found in 7th round.
    Tulloch a pro bowl MLB found in 4th round.


    Need I say more?

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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    The title of this thread should read: "Jeff Fisher - Floyd Reese/Mike Reinfeldt - Bud Adams Draft History with the Titans"

    That would paint a more accurate picture.
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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    If Fisher had his way, who would they have selected in 2006? It's my understanding that Vince Young was a Bud Adams guy through and through.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    Quote Originally Posted by Ban Hammer View Post
    If Fisher had his way, who would they have selected in 2006? It's my understanding that Vince Young was a Bud Adams guy through and through.
    Fisher is connected with USC is he not? There may have been a USC QB in that draft too. (I'm not sure Fisher has ever publicly stated who he wanted has he?)


    ... oh hell. This could mean we're trading Bradford to get Barkley next year. /tinfoilhat
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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    I counted two RB taken in the first Rd and two taken in the second Rd... don't know what that means... and 2006 and 2007 back to back high draft picks where running backs...

    1 Chris Johnson RB

    2 LenDale White RB
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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    Well I'm looking forward to Fisher making the most of our draft picks 4th round thru 7th instead of wasting them like we have in the past. Also I have to believe Fisher will be allowed to make a splash in the FA market.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    Very cool, thanks for sharing this!

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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    The drafting process with the Titans has always been clouded in mystery - did Jeff have final say? I don't know. He certainly isn't solely responsible either way though. Between Floyd Reese and Mike Renfeldt, the Titans have mostly had an active GM with Fisher around.

    It's generally considered popular belief amongst Titans fans that he wanted Kevin Carter over Steve McNair, Leinart over Young and Cutler, and it was also Fisher who won the power struggle between picking LenDale White or Devin Hester, who the Titans GM at the time actually already rang and told he was going to be their selection.

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    Re: Jeff Fisher Draft History with the titans

    Our GMs (Floyd Reese and Mike Reinfeldt) and owner (Bud Adams) always had the final say it seems. It's impossible to know exactly who has the final say, but from most media outlets.. seems to be the front office and not coach. We also have a couple of VPs who are normally very important in those meetings (like Lake Dawson, who you're trying to steal from us).

    As someone mentioned, it was VERY well known that Fisher wanted Lienart, but we drafted VY. That's a pretty important draft with the #3 pick and a franchise QB on the line. But yet, we went with VY and well we know how that worked out.

    So i'm not sure exactly how much of his draft history is helpful. I'm sure Fisher had his say, but most of the credit, or lack of credit, should be directed to our front office. In fact, Titans 2011 draft seems to be one of the best ever for us (potentially)... and there was no Fisher.

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