Falcons sent jones of july as well as a sixth-round pick in 2023 to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday morning in exchange for a second-round pick in 2022 and a fourth in 2023. Three days after the terms of trade announcement, he is has become official now that the Titans have created the space to bring Jones in.
Atlanta has nearly $ 15 million in cap space, which is enough to sign the 2021 draft class and ensure the team is up to cap once we hit the roster of 53 players.
A detail of the trade emerged on Wednesday regarding the fourth-round pick the Falcons received. That selection will actually be conditional – so if the Titans receive a compensatory pick in the fourth round, then the Falcons will get that pick. Otherwise, Atlanta will receive Tennessee’s original fourth-round pick.
The conditional aspect of the 2023 4th round pick is as follows:
-Yes #Titans get a compensatory pick in round 4, the Falcons will get that one. If the Titans don’t get a roster choice in Round 4, the Falcons will get the Titans original 4th. https://t.co/v4EX3qYz6V
– John Glennon (@glennonsports) June 9, 2021
Tennessee received a fourth-round pick in 2022 due to the departure of tight end Jonnu Smith this offseason, and could see more starts next season with 36 players expected to hit the open market.