6 possible trade destinations for Justin Jefferson this offseason

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson
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Possible Justin Jefferson Trade Destination No. 5

Tennessee Titans

Projected 2024 Cap Space (via Over The Cap): $68.1 million
Projected 2025 Cap Space: $131.9 million
Highest 2024 Draft Pick: 7th overall (First Round)

Similar to the Colts, the Titans seem to be heading into the future with a quarterback they selected in the 2023 NFL Draft in Will Levis.

Tennessee also just hired former Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan to be their new head coach, so for the next few years, we should expect the team's top priority to probably be building their offense.

With Callahan coming over from the Bengals, he is very familiar with how a player of Justin Jefferson's caliber could elevate a young quarterback like Levis.

In Cincinnati, Joe Burrow saw his production skyrocket after the team added wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase in the 2021 NFL Draft.

This is not in any way comparing Levis to Burrow, but the success that the Bengals' offense had after drafting Chase could be something that entices Callahan and the Titans to make a trade for a superstar wide receiver like Jefferson.

With Tennesse having the No. 7 selection in this year's draft, they might even be able to get away with just doing a first-round pick swap with Minnesota in order to get them to agree to a trade involving Jefferson.