I mean, what point is there discussing perceived trade value when it's the trading team's evaluation that ultimately matters. I don't see the Titans being desperate to trade him off, and that probably matters just as much as any other factor in a player's trade value. If it's obvious a team wants to get rid of a guy his value will drop. So the value offered would have to convince the Titans to get rid of a guy they're probably happy to work out a long term deal with. That in itself is a pretty big value increment.
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