SUMMARY: If actions speaks louder than words, Titans GM Floyd Reese feels the 2002 was not a good one for his team. Three recent free agency signings were drafted by other teams in 2002. S Chris Hope was a third-round choice of the Pittsburgh Steelers (94th overall). The Titans drafted a safety a round earlier when they took Tank Williams 45th overall (39 spots before Hope). LB David Thornton was a fourth-round draft choice of the Indianapolis Colts (106th overall) that same year. Once again, the Titans wanted help at that spot and moved a round earlier when they chose Rocky Calmus in the third (77th overall). Finally, there was WR David Givens, who was taken in the seventh round (253rd overall) by the New England Patriots. Once again, the Titans looked for late-round help at that spot and settled on Jake Schifino (fifth round, 151st) and Darrell Hill (seventh round, 225th) when they could have had Givens. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.