"Devin was pretty prolific in college as a returner," Angelo said. "He came out early, and he really didn't have a defined position. If he did, he probably would have been a first-round pick. ... The Titans, who were picking ahead of us (at No. 45 overall), had him on the phone and were making flight arrangements, and then they changed their mind literally at the last minute."
"(Area scout) Mark Sadowski really did a great job of evaluating Devin," Angelo said. "Mark comforted all of us -- (coach) Lovie (Smith), (special teams coordinator) Dave Toub and certainly myself -- that there was no bust factor with Devin. Devin was going to be a special player."
No big deal, Tennessee. It's not as if your Titans had any use for the most electrifying punt returner in NFL history, especially considering that (burner and household name) LenDale White was available.