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Which Tennessee Titans player would you put on the Kansas City Chiefs roster today?

As part of the lead-up to Sunday's Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans game, we're asking Chiefs fans which Titans player they would take right now.

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If you could take any Titans player and put him on the Chiefs today, which player would it be?

That's the question I'm asking Chiefs fans while Jimmy over at SB Nation's Titans blog, Music City Miracles, will be asking Titans fans which Chiefs player they want.

The first option for the Chiefs would be one of the receivers --  Kendall Wright or Justin Hunter. Wright was a 2012 draft pick who surpassed 1,000 yards last season while Hunter enters a promising second year after a 354-yard rookie performance.

The second option would be one of the Titans offensive linemen, which is set to be a solid group. Michael Roos is a very good left tackle so he would certainly be a consideration given the Chiefs tackle issues. Chance Warmack and Andy LeVitre are two guards that would be serious candidates, too.

Dexter McCluster? Ryan Succop? I kid, I kid...

My choice would be Kendall Wright. Despite Wright not having a high yards per catch and not scoring a lot of touchdowns (so far), he would be an upgrade for the Chiefs receivers. When Donnie Avery is the No. 1 on Sunday, that will feel like a needed upgrade on Sunday. I do like that the Chiefs have a few young guys in Junior Hemingway, Frankie Hammond and Albert Wilson who provide at least some hope. Even with Bowe, however, the Chiefs receivers look bleak, which is why many Chiefs fans were hoping the Chiefs would draft a receiver in the first round last year. After that didn't happen, Wright would be an appetizing pick to add to the Chiefs.

I could easily be talked into one of those offensive linemen though. Here is the Titans roster. Who would you pick?

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