The trade that sent wide receiver AJ Brown from the Tennessee Titans to the Philadelphia Eagles is easily the biggest story of the NFL offseason in Nashville.

Tennessee’s decision to trade Brown, who was looking for a massive contract extension that the Titans weren’t going to give him, overshadowed an under-the-radar move that could pay major dividends for the franchise in 2022.

The Titans acquired veteran wide receiver Robert Woods from the Los Angeles Rams earlier this offseason in a move that foreshadowed Brown’s exit from Tennessee.

Woods, who turned 30 last month, is a somewhat unheralded wide receiver who is just a couple of years removed from a season that saw him catch 90 passes for over 1,110 receiving yards.

The former USC standout, however, tore his ACL last season in November. Before his injury, Woods was on pace for 85 receptions for 1,050 yards and eight touchdowns.

Tennessee acquired Woods for a sixth-round pick, which feels like absolute robbery when looking at those numbers (Los Angeles traded Woods after signing Allen Robinson II this offseason).

The biggest question surrounding Woods is whether or not he’ll be ready for the start of the 2022 season. The expectation is that he’ll be good to go as long as he doesn’t suffer a setback.

Based on a recent video posted by Woods on social media, it looks like he’s going to be a full go for training camp.

Woods looks quick and in shape. And it doesn’t look like he has any limitations at this point.

I’m sure the Titans will ease Woods back onto the field — there’s no reason for the veteran wide receiver to overdo it this summer. But when the 2022 season gets underway, it looks like Woods will be ready to contribute in a big way.

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