Tennessee Titans roster: Ranking every wide receiver
Here are three Tennessee Titans that are staring up at everyone on the roster.
12. Mason Kinsey
Undrafted in 2020 out of small Division III Berry College, Kinsey has always faced an uphill battle to make it in the NFL. Kinsey is an undersized slot receiver who will most likely have a hard time cracking the roster once again, even in a shallow receiver room.
11. Racey McMath
When suggesting that the Titans should draft a receiver, I doubt this pick is what was in mind. McMath was a 6th round pick of the Titans this year who was not even on many draft boards. McMath struggled to produce in college for LSU, finishing his college career with only 33 catches. He does seem to have the skillset to be a deep threat gadget player, but he projects to be a practice squad stash at this point.
10. Cody Hollister
Rounding out the bottom tier, we have Cody Hollister. Hollister has been off and on the Titans roster since 2019 and done next to nothing with his opportunities. At six-foot-four and 209 pounds, he has good size but struggles to create separation and his speed is subpar.
He’s a receiver that can sneak his way onto the roster as the sixth receiver and finish the season with two catches for 10 yards. He falls at ten on this list because at least he has some familiarity with the offense.