Tennessee Titans roster: Ranking every wide receiver

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Cameron Batson #17  (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
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Things get murky for the Tennessee Titans from six to four.

6. Cameron Batson

Honestly, it’s hard to understood why the Titans are so high on Cameron Batson. He’s been on the Titans roster for most of the past three seasons after going undrafted in 2018 and has never done much.

He ended his rookie season with eight catches for 82 yards, and then missed all of 2019 with an injury. In 2020, he collected 12 catches for 100 yards and a TD but wasn’t much of a factor.

He’s sixth on this list because of his continuity with the offense and because he has the size and speed to be a gadget player. With all that being said, he probably should make the team but also should be used sparingly.

5. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine

Westbrook-Ikhine is another player who the Titans seem to like, and it’s hard to understand why. Granted, he has good size and could be a solid possession receiver, but it’s doubtful that he could ever be more.

He struggles to get open and is not the fastest guy on the field. Westbrook-Ikhine is listed as a starter on the Titans’ current depth chart, and that tells you all you need to know about the current state of the Titans’ receiving core. SOMEONE has to be ranked here though, and this is the guy.

4. Chester Rogers

Rogers couldn’t even make it onto a roster in 2020, and he’s the third or fourth-best receiver currently on the Titans. After being cut by the Dolphins, Rogers spent all of the 2020 season on the Titans practice squad, and that could’ve been a sneaky good get for the team.

In 2018 for the Colts, Rogers had a very solid season with 53 catches for 485 yards and two TDs. That season alone puts him head-and-shoulders above the other bottom-end crop of receivers on the team. Rogers will definitely make the team and should see a decent amount of targets.