The Tennessee Titans WR depth chart gets interesting inside the top ten.
9. Kalija Lipscomb
Lipscomb was actually undrafted in 2020, out of nearby Vanderbilt University. Lipscomb collected 2356 yards in four seasons at Vanderbilt, and it was a shock to some that he wasn’t taken by anybody.
Lipscomb has bounced around on a couple of practice squads since then, but he has the potential to be a back-of-the-roster, sure-handed receiver. The argument can be made that he has more potential than the previous three players mentioned.
8. Fred Brown
A recent signing, Brown is already joining his fourth team in four seasons. Brown has only collected two grabs in his career, both with the Broncos in 2019. For what it’s worth, the team did sign Brown to a multi-year deal.
Granted, the guarantees are almost assuredly small, but obviously, the team sees something in him. This is another receiver who would be lucky to be the sixth receiver on a roster.
7. Marcus Johnson
Well, at least this receiver actually has some stats to look at. Johnson was actually on the field quite a bit for the Colts in 2019 and 2020, even starting three games for Tennessee’s rivals in 2020.
Johnson collected 14 catches for 255 yards in 2020 and is a decent depth piece. With 18.2 yards per reception in 2020, Johnson could be a sneaky deep threat for Tannehill. Think of the role Kalif Raymond played for the Titans in 2020, that could the role of Marcus Johnson in 2021.