LA Rams: Josh Reynolds, WR
One of the things that really stood out on these lists are the number of teams that gave up on their “project WRs” so quickly. Heck, the Tennessee Titans did the same thing last year when they brought in Eric Decker instead of trusting Taywan Taylor or Tajae Sharpe (who they did not know would be injured).
Why would he be available?
Reynolds was supposed to be the speed element in that offense down the road, but it looks like they decided to go with Cooks instead. With the other two side receiver spots already locked up in Cooper Kupp and Robert Wood, you are talking about a WR4 role.
After that, you have to throw in Pharoh Coooper who is going to be the return man. So now you are down to WR5. I don’t know whether or not the Rams are going to turn down any offer for Reynolds when he is that far down the list and his role has been replaced.
What would he bring to the Titans?
In his last two seasons in college, Reynolds averaged more than 17 yards per carry and totaled 17 TDs despite a revolving door of bad quarterbacks at Texas A&M.
The Titans really need someone to stretch the field and while he didn’t show it in his workouts, he is a long, deep threat which would be a great addition to the roster and to the offense.
On top of all of that, if Matt LaFleur signed off on him, you would have to feel even better about the move knowing that the new Titans OC was the OC in LA last year with Reynolds.