Titans should look at these free agent replacements for Adam Humphries
The Titans need receivers.
For the second time this season, wide receiver Adam Humphries is going to miss a significant amount of time, once again leaving the Titans short-handed at receiver.
Humphries returned to the lineup against the Cleveland Browns, but it seemed like he returned a bit too early. He had one reception for nine yards on four targets, and let a pass bounce off of his helmet into the hands of Browns safety M.J. Stewart, resulting in a critical interception in the red zone.
While Humphries isn’t completely to blame for the loss, that interception more or less ended up being the difference (although AJ Brown dropping a sure touchdown pass on the next drive sure didn’t help matters either).
Now, with Humphries returning to IR due to recurring issues related to the concussion he suffered in Week 8 in the loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Titans will once again look to replace his productivity.
Aside from starters Corey Davis and A.J. Brown, the Titans also have Kalif Raymond, Cameron Batson, and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, but none of them really seem like ideal replacements for Humphries
There is plenty of veteran experience out there in free agency. Let’s take a look at who the Titans could look to in order to replace Humphries in case he is unable to return for the rest of the season.