Why does that matter to the Titans?
In Tennessee, Kamara and Derrick Henry could be a bigger, better version of that 2017 tandem.
Another question this would answer for the Titans in a roundabout way is depth at receiver.
The rest are wildcards that you can make an argument for, but none who have really done anything to sell you on the idea of them being a featured part of the passing game.
In Kalif Raymond and A.J. Brown, the Titans have shown that they aren’t afraid to attack downfield, but what they lack is another target who can do damage in the middle of the field or who can consistently do it out of the backfield.
Kamara would be that for the Titans and you could do that without compromising Derrick Henry’s volume as a threat out of the backfield (remember what happened with Mark Ingram). On top of that, Kamara has also averaged about 100 snaps per year lined up at wide receiver.
I’m not suggesting a permanent switch, but we have seen Titans OC Arthur Smith do a lot of things to keep defenses off balance like putting Jonnu Smith in the backfield, using Marcus Mariota as a wildcat QB, moving Mariota to WR and letting Derrick Henry throw touchdowns, etc.
It isn’t hard to come up with 5 plays per game where Alvin Kamara at wide receiver could give you some interesting matchups.