5 position groups for the Tennessee Titans to watch at the 2020 NFL Combine

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Wide Receiver

Justin Hunter, Taywan Taylor, Dorial Green-Beckham, the Titans draft history with wide receivers has gone about as well as trading in those draft picks for magic beans and a Blockbuster gift card would have.

That is until A.J. Brown, the “Yards After Catch King” himself, came into our lives and revitalized the Titans passing attack along with him.

Brown has given the Titans a true number one receiving threat, and one of the best up-and-coming receivers in the NFL today. But he could use some help.

Corey Davis has shown flashes of star-power, but hasn’t yet consistently been a player the Titans can rely on for more than a handful of great games a season. The same goes for a player like Tajae Sharpe, who came in with lower expectations than Davis for sure, but has been an inconsistent part of the Tennessee offense in his more limited action.

The Titans could use an influx of talent at wide receiver, and there might not be a better time to need talent at wide receiver than going into the 2020 draft. From Jerry Jeudy to Justin Jefferson to CeeDee Lamb, this year’s wide receiver class is loaded with talent that Tennessee should be scouting in the receivers take their turn at the Combine.