Tennessee Titans: 3 Reasonable expectations for AJ Brown in 2021

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A.J. Brown, Tennessee Titans

A.J. Brown, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

The Tennessee Titans can and should expect big things from A.J. Brown.

If you were able to pull a Rip Van Winkle and fall asleep right after the Tennessee Titans‘ loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card Round and wake up sometime around June 7th, you might not recognize the team that you woke up to. Not only are Kenny Vaccaro, Malcolm Butler, and Adam Humphries gone, Tennessee added guys like Denico Autry, Janoris Jenkins, and Josh Reynolds.

As if that wasn’t enough for the Titans to be thrown into the category of squads that have had complete overhauls, Tennessee added guys like Caleb Farley, Dillon Radunz, Monty Rice, Elijah Molden, and Dez Fitzpatrick in the NFL Draft. Oh, and they added some guy by the name of Julio Jones via trade on June 6th.

Talk about an upgrade! Corey Davis, another of the Tennessee Titans’ cap casualties, left a pit in the fans of some of the two-tone blue’s fan base with his departure, but Jones’ arrival has turned that into a warm fuzzy feeling. The Titans now have the NFL’s best one-two punch at the wide receiver position. Jones is a future Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee. A.J. Brown is one of the best young receivers in the game.

What can we expect from the latter in year two? It’s great that you asked. Here’s an attempt to come up with a few answers. Here are three reasonable expectations for A.J. Brown now that Julio Jones is in town.

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