The Tennessee Titans may have found their tight end after the 2021 NFL Draft.
This isn’t being said to overhype anyone or as an attempt to create buzz where there isn’t any. This is simply a fact. Arguments can be made to justify and question why Briley Moore didn’t hear his name called during the seven rounds of the most recent selection meeting.
You can also understand why there’s an argument if you don’t agree with it.
NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein gave him a grade of 5.68 in his scouting profile of the six-foot-four. 240-pound prospect. That means that he has the chance to make the end of a roster or an NFL team’s practice squad, but on a Tennessee Titans team where there was an obvious need at tight end before the NFL Draft and they didn’t take one at draft time, two things can be stated with certainty.
One, that increases the chances of Briley Moore having a real shot of making the team, and second, having a guy that can do everything that a tight end is supposed to do well may have Tommy Hudson, Anthony Firsker, Jared Pinkney, and Geoff Swaim sweating at camp.