5 available free agents that could help the Tennessee Titans
Paul Richardson, WR
Similarly to Gabriel, Richardson could come in a be a nice veteran addition to a young WR core.
Richardson’s best season was 2017, coincidentally the only season where he’s played all 16 games. In 2017 for the Seahawks, Richardson grabbed 44 catches for 703 yards and 6 TD’s.
He was rewarded with a 5-year, $40 million deal from the Redskins, but couldn’t stay healthy, and was a colossal bust in the nation’s capital. Richardson collected 28 catches for 245 yards and 2 TD’s in an injury-shortened 2019, but that’s essentially the production that Tajae Sharpe has provided for the Titans.
If Richardson can stay relatively healthy, which might be a tough task, he would at worst be a solid Sharpe replacement.
At best, if he can replicate his 2017 production, he could be a good number 2 receiver behind AJ Brown.
Currently, the Titans top 3 WR are AJ Brown, Corey Davis, and Adam Humphries. Kalif Raymond showed flashes, but the bottom of this depth chart is bare thin.
Gabriel or Richardson would come in and immediately take some pressure off of AJ Brown.