3. Keelan Cole, WR
You have to feel bad for Keelan Cole.
After serving his time with the Jacksonville Jaguars, he signed on with the New York Jets in the hopes of getting a better quarterback, and all he got was Zach Wilson whose tough rookie year was only overshadowed by the absolute disaster that is Trevor Lawrence.
When you talk about bringing a WR3, people usually mean a slot receiver but that isn’t what the Titans need. The two receivers who get the most snaps for the Tennessee Titans this seasons are Treylon Burks and Robert Woods, both of which can thrive in the slot. On top of that, Kyle Philips is a great prospect as a slot receiver.
Cole could be a WR3 in the sense that he could come in and play X or Z on three-receiver looks so that one of the starters can kick inside.
What makes Cole even more interesting is that he has played a ton of special teams in his career and he has even returned a few kicks and punts so he could give the Titans some depth there.
Since he won’t be an every-down player on offense, Cole can really provide value by grabbing extra snaps on special teams and being insurance in case the Titans lose a return man in the middle of a game.