While Rashard Davis is a diminutive, shifty playmaker, Hollister is the complete opposite. Standing at 6-4 and weighing 215 pounds, Hollister is a big-bodied, tall high-pointer whose game doesn’t really resemble any other Titans’ receiver on the roster.
That could give him a leg up on the competition if the coaching staff feels the position group is lacking in height with Humphries, Raymond and Batson all measuring in at under six feet tall.
The brother of Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister, Cody has appeared in only one NFL game, though he’s still relatively young at 26 years old. He caught two passes for 13 yards in the Tennessee Titans’ Week 13 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in 2019. In college, Hollister played in 15 games during his time at Arkansas, turning 27 catches into 342 yards and a touchdown.
A concern might be that Firkser is just a better version of Hollister who can block a little more, but then again would it be so bad to have two big, sure-handed wide receivers who aren’t afraid to take a hit?