Dorial Green-Beckham traded from Titans to Eagles


A possible blockbuster trade move as Tennesee Titans WR Dorial Green-Beckham was traded to Philadelphia for offensive lineman Dennis Kelly.

The Titans front office looked to make some moves as they trade their #1 wide out in 2015 with 32 Catches, 549 yards, and 4 TDs averaging  17.2 yards per catch. This is something nobody had seen coming as Beckham as been playing nicely during training camp.

DGB is a 1 year veteran with potential to be a top 10 wide receiver in the future with his size and capability with young QB out of Oregon Marcus Mariota who looks to have a better year than his rookie season.

What does he have in store for Philly? His competition is going to be little to none as Jordan Matthews and Nelson Algahor provide no threat to opposing CBs. We could see Sam Bradford, Chase Daniel, or even rookie Carson Wentz use him a lot with the other WRs lacking the ability to beat corners off the snap and not having the capability to get open.

He’ll be playing against the likes of Eli Apple, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Orlando Scandrick, Brandon Carr, and Josh Norman twice a year in his new career with the Philadelphia Eagles. Hopefully Coach Doug Pederson can find the time to handle the QB situation and provide DGB a better chance to get fed the ball in a lot of crucial situations.

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