1. Will Fuller, WR
There is a reason why Will Fuller isn’t on a team right now. After back-to-back seasons in Houston where he missed five games, he only played in two games in Miami before missing the season.
His injury history means that his unavailability isn’t a matter of if, it is a matter of when. That is teams didn’t want to commit anything to him before the draft.
However, when he is on the field he can be a scheme-breaking deep threat that easily stretches the field vertically. New Tennessee Titans OC (passing game) Tim Kelly knows that well because Fuller had his two best seasons when he was the OC (2019, 2020).
17 receivers were drafted in the first three rounds, more than any other position. While the Tennessee Titans added two receivers in the draft, they still could use a player like Will Fuller on the offense to stretch the field.
In the best-case scenario, he could be signed to a one-year deal now and then reevaluated at the end of the season to see if there is a reason to keep him long-term.
At worst, you end up with a player who misses significant time but hopefully plays a few games early in the season and it eases the strain on Robert Woods.