1. Kenny Golladay
If the Titans decide to go big, then look no further than Kenny Golladay.
Golladay only played in 5 games in 2020, but eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark in each of the 2 seasons prior. In 2019, Golladay played a full 16 games and ended up with 65 catches for 1,190 yards and 11 TD’s, solidifying himself as a number 1 receiver.
Golladay is expected to command a hefty sum during his first run at free agency. Due to his price tag and the expected competition, it would be pretty shocking if the Titans were able to lure Golladay to Nashville.
If the Titans were to let Corey Davis walk and then make some cost-cutting moves such as releasing Malcolm Butler and Adam Humphries, they could potentially position themselves at a run for the star WR. Still, you have to wonder if all of those moves would be worth it for a player that is going to have to share WR1 duties with A.J. Brown.
Also worth noting, the 2021 cap has not been officially set yet, so the Titans could end up having more money to spend than initially thought.
One thing’s for sure, Golladay would make the Titans offense that better in 2021 and that is saying something since this was already one of the best offenses in the NFL.