3 Tennessee Titans who could become first-time Pro Bowlers in 2021

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The Tennessee Titans are loaded with stars, but guys have still been overlooked.

Who would have thought, a few months ago, that it would have been possible to talk about a Tennessee Titans minicamp and Derrick Henry and A.J. Brown wouldn’t have been the headliners? That’s what happens though when your favorite team goes out and pulls off the trade of the offseason, one that doesn’t handicap the two-tone blue but still brings Julio Jones to Nashville.

Prior to that, despite losing mainstays like Kenny Vaccaro, Corey Davis, and Malcolm Butler, the Titans still added guys like Denico Autry, Josh Reynolds, and Janoris Jenkins in free agency and Caleb Farley in the most recent NFL Draft. Titans fans can expect fireworks all season as this team should be fun to watch.

Star power doesn’t mean that teams are immune to having a few of their guys drift into the realm of being underrated though, and there are quite a few Titans that know what that feels like. Here’s an attempt to shine a well-deserved spotlight on them. The Titan Sized staff is cranking up the hype machine whether you want to join it or not. Here are three guys that could earn their first Pro Bowl nod after the 2021-2022 season.