The Tennessee Titans have one more big offseason move they should make, according to ESPN.
ESPN thinks adding a veteran wide receiver should be a priority for the Titans this summer.
While we know Tennessee’s offense is predicated upon a dominant running game, the Titans’ offensive success in prior years also included an efficient passing game. The receiver group should be led by Robert Woods and Treylon Burks, but Woods is coming off a torn ACL last season and Burks — like any rookie — will be adjusting to the pro game. One more established wideout could help usher along what is a largely young room. Among the available names are Odell Beckham Jr., Cole Beasley, T.Y. Hilton and Emmanuel Sanders.
There’s no doubt the Titans could use another wide receiver. Right now, the top two wide receivers on Tennessee’s depth chart are Robert Woods and Treylon Burks.
Woods is coming back from a torn ACL and Burks is a rookie who has had issues with asthma during minicamps.
I like the idea of signing Cole Beasley. He’s not going to be a superstar or a Pro-Bowler, but Beasley is a veteran who knows how to get open and move the chains. He would bring some stability to an unstable position group.
It would almost be a surprise if the Titans didn’t add another wide receiver at some point this offseason.
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