Tennessee Titans Draft: Ranking 3 Day-three wide receiver options

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Don’t rule out the Tennessee Titans double-dipping at the wide receiver position.

You’ve been through this so many times in your head that you could probably build a Tennessee Titans draft board in your sleep. You already know what they need. An edge rusher would be nice. They also need a legitimate starting cornerback despite the impending return of Kristian Fulton and the addition of Janoris Jenkins.

After all, they did lose Malcolm Butler and may want to look at finding his replacement come draft time.

Now, if that’s all the Titans needed, this would be easy, but we know that it isn’t the case. They need an answer at right tackle. They need a tight end and an edge rusher. Oh, and they need wide receivers. We can’t forget about that. Otherwise, everyone that they face in 2021 is going to double-team A.J. Brown or help over the top with a safety.

The expectation is the Titans will explore their need at the position early, and then possibly, they’ll substantiate the position by going with another prospect in a later round. Here’s a ranking of three very good prospects who figure to be available on Day 3 of the upcoming NFL Draft.