NFL Draft 2013: Titans trade up with 49ers


The Titans moved up in the draft, trading up to the second pick of the second round in a deal with the 49ers.

The Tennessee Titans traded up to the No. 34 pick in the second round, as San Francisco continues to stockpile draft picks.

In order to move up, the Titans traded the 49ers the No. 40 pick and a seventh-round pick in the 2013 draft. To sweeten the pot, the San Francisco also received Tennessee's third-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. With the pick, the Titans selected a local product, nabbing Tennessee wide receiver Justin Hunter.

San Francisco entered the draft with a league-high 13 draft picks. Many expected them to bundle some of those picks to move up, but instead the 49ers moved down in the second round and added even more picks. While they moved down to No. 40, San Francisco could still bundle some of their picks to move back up.

The 49ers also added to their 2014 draft class, adding a valuable third-round pick next year in exchange for moving down eight spots in the draft his year.

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