5 free agent wide receivers the Tennessee Titans could sign in 2024

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Calvin Ridley (0) receives a pass to bring in a touchdown past
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Calvin Ridley (0) receives a pass to bring in a touchdown past / Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean / USA
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2. Josh Reynolds (Detroit Lions)

The one-time member of the Los Angeles Rams impressed with Sean McVay’s offense and was a vital part of Detroit’s third-ranked NFL attack this past season. Only the Miami Dolphins finished with more passing yards per game than the Lions in 2023, and wide receiver Josh Reynolds was part of one of the league’s most prolific pass-catching units.

A fourth-round selection by the Rams in 2017, Reynolds did not miss a game in his four seasons with McVay’s club. He totaled 113 catches for 1,450 yards and nine TDs. He signed with the Titans in 2021, played in five games (caught 10 passes for 90 yards), and was claimed by the Lions off waivers in November.

Reynolds has played in 38 regular-season contests for Dan Campbell’s club. It’s added up to 97 grabs, 1,393 yards, and 10 touchdowns. This past season, he snared 40 passes for 608 yards and five scores. He added eight receptions for a gaudy 132 yards and one score during the Lions’ three-game postseason journey.

1. Calvin Ridley (Jacksonville Jaguars)

From first-round draft choice to a one-year suspension to a huge season with his new team. Former University of Alabama wideout Calvin Ridley was a standout rookie. He totaled 64 catches for 821 yards and 10 touchdowns in 16 games for the Atlanta Falcons. The 26th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft enjoyed four productive seasons with the franchise. In 49 contests, he racked up 248 receptions for 3,342 yards and 28 scores.

He would miss the 2022 season for violating the NFL’s gambling policy, and the Falcons would deal him to the Jacksonville Jaguars. He came back in fine style this past season, finishing second on the team with 76 catches but leading Doug Pederson’s team in receiving yards (1,016) and TD receptions (8). It would be a surprise if the Jaguars let him hit the open market, but stranger things have happened. Adding Ridley would strengthen the Tennessee Titans and weaken a division rival.