Tennessee Titans

Stadium: Nissan Stadium | Coach: Mike Mularkey
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense30th92.8 (25th)218.9 (25th)
Defense12th112.3 (17th)229.9 (7th)


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Titans' Justin Hunter: Motivated in contract year
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hunter comes into camp motivated in his contract year, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

Hunter's lack of focus has often been blamed for the physically gifted receiver's inability to make a major impact since being drafted 34th overall in 2013, but he'll have to put up or shut up with his deal set to expire after this coming season. He'll need to beat out experienced vets like Kendall Wright and Harry Douglas, as well as young up-and-comers like Dorial Green-Beckham and Tajae Sharpe to make an impact for the Titans, but it seems like coach Mike Mularkey is willing to at least give the talented wideout the opportunity to do so. The rest is up to Hunter.

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Titans' Justin Hunter: May need to earn roster spot
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Hunter (ankle) may have to compete for a roster spot, the Tennessean reports.

The 34th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, Hunter enters the final year of his rookie contract with just 68 catches in 35 career games (13 starts) and is coming off an injury-shortened season in which he posted a 22-264-1 receiving line on 31 targets over nine appearances. The Titans probably hope to keep the physically gifted Hunter around for at least one more season, but it's possible he could fall on the wrong side of the bubble if all the team's key wideouts make it through camp uninjured. Hunter may have already fallen behind during the offseason program, as he was limited while recovering from the mid-November ankle fracture that ended his 2015 campaign. Meanwhile, fifth-round rookie Tajae Sharpe was one of the stars of the offseason program, seemingly cementing himself alongside Dorial Green-Beckham, Kendall Wright and Rishard Matthews as locks for the final roster. Harry Douglas also figures to stick, as he's the veteran leader of the group and doesn't carry a cumbersome cap hit until 2017. That being said, Hunter could still push for a significant role if he's healthy for the start of camp, as first-team wideout reps should be up for grabs.

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Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Continues to impress
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sharpe has impressed coach Mike Mularkey with his ability to catch the ball and run polished routes, earning some first-team reps as a result, Jason Wolf of the Tennessean reports.

It appears the Titans found a steal in the fifth round this offseason, as Sharpe continues to prove that his incredibly productive time at Massachusetts was no fluke. The wiry rookie is still fighting an uphill battle to earn significant playing time among a deep Titans receiving corps, but he's quickly closing the gap on expected leading options Kendall Wright, Dorial Green-Beckham and Rishard Matthews.

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