Jon Robinson and Mike Vrabel with the Tennessee Titans introduce Rashaan Evans
Michael Schwab, the Tennessean

The smallest design class in the history of the Titans promises to have a tremendous impact.

Titans general manager Jon Robinson went on to choose quality over quantity, trading for the third time in so many days to select Dears Cruikshank's Arizona defensive back with the 152nd overall selection in the fifth round of the NFL draft on Saturday.

The Titans designed Washington State quarterback Luke Falk with the 199th pick in the sixth round, the same place Tom Brady was drafted by the Patriots in 2000.

Tennessee also traded on each of the first two days of the draft, selecting Alabama in linebacker Rashaan Evans with 22nd overall point in the first round and Boston College outside linebacker Harold Landry with the 41st overall point in the second round.


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