If the Tennessee Titans were hoping to add speed to their roster this offseason, they've done it with their first two picks of the 2012 NFL Draft.
In the first round, the Titans added wide receiver Kendall Wright, who is far faster on the field than he was in workouts. In the second, they went with North Carolina linebacker Zach Brown. It's the second consecutive year the Titans have drafted a linebacker in the second round following Akeem Ayers last year.
Brown isn't a tough player, not does he have great instincts. But he has speed to burn. He's one of the better coverage linebackers in this year's draft and will help stop the AFC South tight ends. He fits well with Tennessee's more physical linebackers. If he can be coached up, he's a good pick.
The Titans still need a pass rusher and a center, however. Their next scheduled pick is No. 82 overall.