I'm not going to put too much stake into what a team says about wanting to keep a player. Jamal Adams would be a Jet for life if this was the case. Obviously the Titans want to keep Brown, he's young and he's a monster. The Titans are good though, and may need to spend money in other areas. They may not be willing to make AJ Brown the highest paid WR in the NFL, but someone will. The Bucs are against the cap, so maybe they need to get rid of Godwin or Evans after next season. The point is, almost every year there is a WR who wants to be the highest paid player in the league, and often times they need to be traded to accomplish that. If the Jets really want to trade for a monster WR in the next couple years, they'll get their chance.