The Tennessee Titans lack depth at a vital position… for now.
Obviously, any team could use a player of Julio’s caliber, but the Titans are an especially intriguing fit. The Titans, on paper, have a massive need at the receiver position. While at least one of my colleagues believes in the current group of receivers, I am more pessimistic.
The team added Josh Reynolds in free agency from the Rams, and he is a solid receiver by all accounts. Reynolds collected 52 grabs for 618 yards as the third or fourth option on the Rams’ offense in 2020, implying he could be more than capable of taking on a bigger role in Nashville.
Aside from Reynolds, however, the team did not do much. The Titans did draft two receivers this year, but one of the picks has already been panned as a reach. If the team is planning on the two rookies to pick up the slack, they might be setting themselves up for a disappointment.
While Julio Jones would obviously cause me to change my tune, all the noise is purely speculation at this point, and I won’t assume he will be on the team for this article.
With that being said, let’s rank every receiver currently on the Tennessee Titans’ depth chart.