It’s no secret; the Titans have some real worries in the personnel department heading into the new year (30 threads say so). With 13 or so players scheduled to see free agency, how can we keep ourselves competitive. I suggest the Titans put Leroy Harris, Kerry Collins, Mike Otto, Jacob Ford, and Dave Thorton on the trade block before the 2010 season. All WILL be gone in 2011, so why not get something from them before our team is decimated by free agency in March 2010 (13 well known Titans could disappear). Harris is an easy sale. He plays two positions, and has a LOT to offer. Mawae will come back for 2010 and Harris is too good to sit another 2 seasons. Kerry Collins may decide to retire, but if he doesn’t we should ship him off somewhere to open up space in the roster for a player who will contribute. I am sure one or two teams would be willing to take a chance on him. To go along with their future 1st round QB, the Rams perhaps would be interested in entertaining that idea. Mike Otto, and Jacob Ford simply get lost in the mix in Tennessee. Otto - a quality backup hasn’t done much to make a case for keeping. Ford - while he’s hot at times, other times he looks like a 2nd or 3rd string DE that he is. And as an undersized DE he doesn’t help much vs. the run. Lastly we have David Thorton. A proven veteran that when sidelined isn’t missed. Rookie - Gerald McRath is on track to replace him anyhow. And with lingering injury issues he doesn’t have much left. Not that moving all of our 2011 problems will help us now or in the 2010 season, but it could help decide which direction we travel, in terms of signing back some current players. Moving dead inventory for new stock is a normal business practice that I feel could help us stay competitive in the 2010 season.