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2021 38 476 12.53 4 0.00 694.3
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Makes most of three targets

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded three receptions on three targets for 40 yards in Sunday's 24-22 win over the Raiders. Westbrook-Ikhine was on the field for the third-most snaps among the Titans' wide receiver corps, behind both Robert Woods and Treylon Burks. However, Westbrook-Ikhine finished with more targets, receptions and yards than Burks, highlighted by two catches of 15 yards to turn in his best performance of the season. Through three games, Westbrook-Ikhine has five receptions for 66 yards.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Inefficient on four targets

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded one catch on four targets for 13 yards in Monday's 41-7 loss to the Bills. Westbrook-Ikhine finished tied for third on the team in targets but didn't have much to show for it. The Titans offense hasn't looked sharp overall in the first two weeks of the season, but Westbrook-Ikhine has only two catches for 26 yards and could be in danger of losing snaps and targets to rookies Kyle Philips and Treylon Burks.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Quiet in home opener

    Westbrook-Ikhine caught one of two targets for 13 yards during Sunday's 21-20 loss to the Giants. On a day where quarterback Ryan Tannehill completed 20 passes to nine different skill players, the 6-foot-2, 211-pounder failed to make much of an impact despite playing the second-most offensive snaps of all Tennessee WRs (68 percent). With the Titans' heavy emphasis on their rushing attack, Westbrook-Ikhine's ceiling may be limited throughout this season, while working in a wide receiver corps that also includes Robert Woods, Kyle Philips and Treylon Burks. The 25-year-old hopes to find more success in the stat sheet Week 2 when the Titans travel to Buffalo next Monday night.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Could contribute early on

    Westbrook-Ikhine is listed as a starter alongside Robert Woods on the Titans' unofficial posted depth chart, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports. Next up are rookies Treylon Burks and Kyle Philips, with the former, as a 2022 first-rounder, expected to see a key role in the Titans offense this coming season, a notion reflected in his average fantasy draft position, which is well ahead of Westbrook-Ikhine's. That said, it's possible that the team eases Burks into the mix out of the gate to some degree, in which case Westbrook-Ikhine could carve out some deep league utility. Either way, Tennessee's snap counts at the wideout position in the team's season opener against the Giants will be worth tracking in order to see how involved Westbrook-Ikhine is in Week 1 relative to Burks.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: One grab in preseason win

    Westbrook-Ikhine brought in one of two targets for 21 yards in the Titans' 13-3 preseason win over the Buccaneers on Saturday night. Westbrook-Ikhine logged the first target of the game and made good use of it, recording his 21-yard gain in connection with rookie quarterback Malik Willis. The 25-year-old saw a nice boost in production in 2021 thanks to an increase in opportunities due to injuries in the Titans' receiving corps, and he figures to enjoy another solid role this coming season as the likely No. 3 wideout once Robert Woods (knee) and Treylon Burks (lower leg) are at full health.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Listed atop depth chart

    Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill said Monday that he has a lot of confidence in Westbrook-Ikhine, who is listed as a starter on the team's initial preseason depth chart, AtoZ Sports Nashville reports. Tannehill specifically mentioned Westbrook-Ikhine's knowledge of the offense, which allows him to fill in at any position at a moment's notice. That's part of why the 2020 UDFA has managed to stick around on the Tennessee roster, going on three years now, along with some slick route running by the standards of a 6-foot-2, 215-pound receiver. After starting seven of 16 games last year and posting a 48-476-4 receiving line, Westbrook-Ikhine has a chance to enter Week 1 as a starter this year, depending on the progress of first-round pick Treylon Burks and veteran Robert Woods (ACL). The initial preseason depth chart lists Woods as the other starter, while reports out of camp suggest rookie fifth-rounder Kyle Philips is getting some first-team work and has a shot at the slot role (Tennessee's depth chart has only two starting WRs, and two TEs).
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Prepared for bigger role

    Westbrook-Ikhine believes he is prepared to step into a bigger role in the Titans' offense, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. The Titans' receiving corps was overhauled this offseason, as both A.J. Brown and Julio Jones are no longer on the roster. While the team acquired Robert Woods (knee) and drafted Treylon Burks, Westbrook-Ikhine should be in a position to improve upon the 38 receptions he posted in 2021. He should begin the season on the field regularly in three-receiver sets and could be in line to share snaps out of the slot with Woods.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Back for another season

    Westbrook-Ikhine has agreed to a one-year deal with the Titans. Westbrook-Ikhine, who joined the team as an undrafted free agent in 2020, is coming off a 2021 campaign in which he recorded 38 catches (on 57 targets) for 476 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games. The 6-foot-2, 211-pounder, who turns 25 on March 21, approaches the coming season with modest fantasy upside, with A.J. Brown and Julio Jones currently ahead of him on Tennessee's wideout depth chart.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Strong close to regular season

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded four receptions on five targets for 78 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-25 win over the Texans. Westbrook-Ikhine benefited from atypical passing volume as Ryan Tannehill took to the air 32 times. He made the most of his five targets, logging long receptions of 36 and 29 yards while also finding the end zone from four yards away to put the Titans up 21-0 just before halftime. Westbrook-Ikhine took a step forward in his second professional season, as he racked up 43 receptions for 554 yards and five touchdowns across 17 games.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: On field, no production

    Westbrook-Ikhine did not record a catch on two targets in Sunday's 34-3 win over Miami. Westbrook-Ikhine led the Titans' wide receivers in snaps, though he was shutout from the stat sheet. In part, that was due to the Titans' heavy reliance on their rushing attack given game script, though even when Ryan Tannehill took to the air he often targeted A.J. Brown as well as his backs and tight ends. Westbrook-Ikhine has had a few productive games through 17 weeks of the season, but he has failed to find the end zone or top 40 receiving in each of his last four games.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Returns from COVID list

    The Titans activated Westbrook-Ikhine (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday. Westbrook-Ikhine landed on the virus list Monday but was quickly able to clear the NFL's COVID-19 return-to-play protocol. Julio Jones (illness) remains on the list, so Westbrook-Ikhine could serve as Tennessee's No. 2 wideout Sunday against the Dolphins if Jones remains out.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Takes over as top wideout

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded four receptions on seven targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 19-13 loss to Pittsburgh. Westbrook-Ikhine's production was hardly notable, though he still led the team in targets and yardage. His longest gain of the game was a 12-yard catch -- the second-longest completion of the day for Tennessee. Looking ahead, Westbrook-Ikhine should maintain a role in the passing attack as Julio Jones aggravated the hamstring injury that has plagued him all season. A.J. Brown (chest) will be eligible to return from injured reserve for the team's Week 16 matchup against the 49ers, though there's no indication yet that he will do so. That said, it's hard to rely heavily on any Tennessee pass catcher at this point given the stagnant state of its offense.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Another chance to produce

    Westbrook-Ikhine will have an expanded role in Sunday's game against the Patriots, Jelani Scott of NFL.com reports. The Titans will be without A.J. Brown (chest), Julio Jones (hamstring) and Marcus Johnson (hamstring), paving the path for Westbrook-Ikhine to maintain an expanded role. With Jones sidelined and both Brown and Johnson suffering injuries during the team's Week 11 matchup against Houston, Westbrook-Ikhine posted seven receptions for 107 yards. Though New England poses a far more difficult defensive matchup, Westbrook-Ikhine once again should be in for a healthy dose of targets.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Steps into expanded role

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded seven receptions on eight targets for 107 yards in Sunday's 22-13 loss to the Texans. Westbrook-Ikhine was aided by the early exit of Marcus Johnson (hamstring) and a pair of injuries that A.J. Brown (chest/finger) suffered. As a result, he led the team in receptions and yards, with his primary production coming on a 46-yard catch early in the fourth quarter. He also chipped in receptions of 16 and 14 yards to record the first 100-yard game of his career. If the Titans' wide receiver corps remains banged up for a Week 12 matchup against New England, Westbrook-Ikhine could maintain a key role in Tennessee's offense.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Totals 14 yards

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded one reception on one target for 14 yards in Sunday's 28-16 win over the Rams. Westbrook-Ikhine saw only one target, with each of A.J. Brown, Julio Jones and Geoff Swaim carrying a more significant role as pass catchers. However, Westbrook-Ikhine did narrowly out-snap both Chester Rogers and Marcus Johnson, meaning he could step into a bigger role should either Brown or Jones be sidelined at any point moving forward.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Tallies three catches

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded three receptions on three targets for 27 yards in Monday's 34-31 win against Buffalo. Westbrook-Ikhine made all three of his catches on a single drive in the fourth quarter. The most important was an eight-yard reception that converted a third down deep in Buffalo territory, and the Titans went on to score the game-winning touchdown two plays later. Westbrook-Ikhine could be in line for an increased role in Week 7 if Julio Jones (hamstring) is unable to play.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Not playing Sunday

    Westbrook-Ikhine (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Tennessee will be down two of its top five wideouts due to hamstring injuries, as Julio Jones is also inactive. Jones' absence is more noteworthy than Westbrook-Ikhine's, but the second-year wideout out of Indiana had emerged as a useful complementary piece in the Tennessee passing attack, recording nine receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown on 15 targets through the team's first four games. With Jones and Westbrook out, the likes of Chester Rogers, Josh Reynolds and Marcus Johnson are expected to rotate in on three-receiver sets alongside No. 1 option A.J. Brown.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Deemed questionable for Week 5

    Westbrook-Ikhine (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Westbrook-Ikhine steadily increased his practice activity throughout the week, advancing from no participation in Wednesday's session to full participation Friday. While he ultimately wasn't able to enter the weekend without a designation, Westbrook-Ikhine's ability to take every rep Friday likely suggests he'll avoid the Titans' inactive list, which will be released 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. If he dresses for the contest, Westbrook-Ikhine should rotate in with Josh Reynolds and Chester Rogers alongside top option A.J. Brown in three-receiver sets while Julio Jones (hamstring) misses a second straight game.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Falls short of expectations

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded three receptions on eight targets for 29 yards in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Jets. Westbrook-Ikhine popped onto the fantasy radar after his Week 3 performance and was expected to maintain an increased role with both A.J. Brown (hamstring) and Julio Jones (hamstring) absent. However, despite finishing third on the team with eight targets, Westbrook-Ikhine was held in check and averaged only 3.6 yards per target. While no receiver was particularly impressive, both Josh Reynolds and Chester Rogers showcased superior rapport with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Even so, Westbrook-Ikhine will have the chance to redeem himself in a Week 5 matchup against the Jaguars if Brown and Jones remain sidelined.
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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Likely starting this weekend

    The Titans will need to rely on Westbrook-Ikhine and other backups with both Julio Jones (hamstring) and A.J. Brown (hamstring) ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jets, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports. With Brown exiting early and Jones limited last week, Westbrook-Ikhine caught four of four targets for 53 yards and a touchdown (but also lost a fumble) in the 25-16 win over Indianapolis. His 78 percent snap share was tops among the team's wide receivers, followed by Jones (50 percent), slot specialist Chester Rogers (41 percent), Cameron Batson (40 percent) and Racey McMath (25 percent). The team also has Josh Reynolds, who was a healthy scratch the past two weeks. Given last week's usage, Westbrook-Ikhine and Rogers looks like the best bets for usage and production, though the Titans mostly figure to run the ball when possible.
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