Jarius Wright isn’t flashy and he doesn’t give you a ton of versatility, but I think he is worth being on an NFL roster right now.
The Tennessee Titans already have a slot receiver in Adam Humphries and there is no way that he is going to lose that job.
While many people forget, Humphries was one of the most sure-handed receivers in the league last year and if not for an injury in Week 13, he would have had a much more impressive stat line in an offense that saw continuous growth in the passing game.
Having two slot wide receivers might be overkill when you consider that Darrynton Evans, Jonnu Smith and Anthony Firkser might occupy the same role from time to time, but after Humphries got hurt last year the Titans had to turn towards Tajae Sharpe a lot and he stepped up.
Even if it seems like overkill, it is a move that the Titans have room for on the roster and it is a move that the team will be very thankful for when they need someone to come in for an injured player and they aren’t scouring their practice squad to find someone.