Every Tennessee Titans roster issue that remains ahead of draft

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Let’s talk about the Tennessee Titans offense for a spell.

Key Arrivals: Josh Reynolds, Kendall Lamm

Key Departures: Jonnu Smith, Corey Davis, Adam Humphries, Dennis Kelly, Kalif Raymond, Isaiah Wilson

To reiterate an earlier point, the 2021 Tennessee Titans offense was certainly one of, if not the most effective and impactful offenses in franchise history. Derrick Henry led the way with over 2,000 yards on the ground, while Ryan Tannehill, A.J. Brown, and Corey Davis spearheaded an efficient and high-scoring passing attack.

Davis, however, is now a New York Jet and was back-filled by former Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Josh Reynolds. The latter is a talented and skilled player but is better suited for a WR3 role. He’s not someone that needs to step in and immediately fill in the massive void that Davis leaves at the WR2 spot.

Titans fans would be better off expecting Reynolds to actually take the place of slot receiver Adam Humphries, whose time in Nashville was largely disappointing due to an unfortunate string of injuries that kept him from consistently playing and producing for the team.

Davis was a wonderful complement to Titans’ star receiver AJ Brown. While Reynolds does provide versatility and a sense of reliability at the receiver position, the Titans would benefit from looking for a receiver early in the draft to inject additional and much-needed talent at the position.