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  • Kyle Philips Working With First-Team Offense

    Tennessee Titans rookie wide receiver Kyle Philips received some slot repetitions with the first-team offense on Tuesday at training camp practice. Philips, who was drafted in the fifth round, has been impressing coaches and is a name to watch for the rest of the summer at camp. There is certainly opportunity in Tennessee's pass-catching ranks this year now that No. 1 wideout A.J. Brown is in Philadelphia, although Robert Woods and rookie Treylon Burks figure to be the clear top two wideouts in the Titans' run-first offense. Philips is certainly a name to watch for the rest of the summer and the preseason, but for now, he's just a player to file away for fantasy managers in standard-sized leagues.

    Aug 4 · Source via Titans Kyle Phillips
  • Titans WR Robert Woods, CB Caleb Farley push each other in ACL recoveries

    The two have been tag-teaming their rehabs from knee injuries that cut their 2021 seasons short.

    Aug 3 · ESPN Titans Caleb Farley Robert Woods
  • Treylon Burks Making A Good Impression

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks is making some noise at Titans training camp and has left a good impression on his new quarterback, Ryan Tannehill. The veteran said "he's just continued to show up. I am excited about the progress he has made." Burks has shown his ability to go up and grab 50-50 balls throughout the first week of camp and has alleviated any concerns over his conditioning this offseason. The rookie has a realistic chance to establish himself as the team's No.1 option in the passing game, as Robert Woods is his main competition for targets. After being drafted to replace former Titan A.J. Brown, Burks could find himself as a borderline WR3 option early in the season. However, fantasy managers should be cautious with their expectations for the former Arkansas collegiate star in the Titans' run-heavy approach.

    Aug 2 · Source via Titans Treylon Burks
  • Austin Hooper Putting In Work With Ryan Tannehill

    Tennessee Titans tight end Austin Hooper made it his personal mission to develop chemistry with quarterback Ryan Tannehill since joining the team. The two have put in extra work during downtime in practice and they are in constant communication after repetitions during team and 7-on-7 periods. Tannehill has complimented Hooper's savvy route-running ability and quickness that helps him get open. With receiver A.J. Brown now in Philadelphia, there will be extra targets to go around in the offense in 2022. Since Tannehill took over as the starter in Week 6 of 2019, 24% of his targets have gone to tight ends, and he's thrown 25 of his 76 touchdowns to TEs. Hooper was a big disappointment in two seasons with the Browns after back-to-back Pro Bowl seasons in Atlanta in 2018 and 2019, but he could rebound in his first year in Tennessee as a TE2 with upside.

    Aug 2 · Source via Titans Ryan Tannehill Austin Hooper
  • Robert Woods Practicing Without Knee Brace

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Robert Woods (knee) was able to practice without a knee brace and get some reps with his new quarterback Ryan Tannehill. It is a good sign that he won't be limited in training camp, so all signs point toward him being ready for Week 1 barring a setback. Woods tore his ACL last season as a member of the Los Angeles Rams, limiting him to just nine games. In that time, he caught 45 passes for 556 yards and four touchdowns while playing the No. 2 role to Cooper Kupp. Now, the 30-year-old will head from one of the pass-heaviest offenses to one of the run-heaviest, which will likely cap his fantasy upside. With Treylon Burks in the mix and the team's tendency to rely on Derrick Henry, Woods profiles as a WR4 for fantasy managers.

    Jul 28 · Source via Titans Robert Woods
  • Titans CB Buster Skrine Retires

    With training camp set to open tomorrow, the Titans are down a cornerback. Veteran defensive back Buster Skrine has informed the Titans that he’ll be retiring, according to Terry McCormick of TitansInsider.com. "Buster Skrine informed us that he was going to retire, so I respect that decision, and I really respect Buster as a person […]

    Jul 26 · Pro Football Rumors Titans Buster Skrine
  • Treylon Burks Does Well On Conditioning Test

    Tennessee Titans general manager Jon Robinson said that rookie wide receiver Treylon Burks did a nice job in his conditioning test at training camp and has been running around the last couple of days. The Titans are excited about Burks' trajectory after the first-round pick dealt with asthma and conditioning issues during offseason workouts. With A.J. Brown now in Philadelphia, the Titans are counting on Robert Woods (knee), who is coming off a torn ACL last year, and Burks to lead their receiver corps in a run-first offense led by running back Derrick Henry. The 22-year-old has been compared to Brown coming out of college and he'll see plenty of targets if he can stay on the field, but fantasy managers in single-year leagues shouldn't overspend on the talented pass-catcher.

    Jul 26 · Source via Titans Treylon Burks
  • Robert Woods Won't Be Limited

    Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said that wide receiver Robert Woods (knee) will be doing 90 percent of the work early in training camp. It's great news for Woods, who was limited to just two games with the Los Angeles Rams in 2021 after tearing his ACL. He was dealt to the Titans for a sixth-rounder in the offseason, and he's expected to serve as the team's No. 1 receiver in 2022 with A.J. Brown now in Philadelphia. As long as the 30-year-old veteran doesn't have a setback this summer or in the preseason, he should be ready for Week 1. Woods had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons for the Rams in 2018 and 2019, but Tennessee's passing attack won't quite be as prolific, and he'll likely garner plenty of attention from opposing defenses. Fantasy managers should target Woods as more of a WR4/flex for depth coming off a serious knee injury.

    Jul 26 · Source via Titans Robert Woods
  • Derrick Henry Unlikely To Play In The Preseason

    Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said he "wouldn't anticipate seeing him in any preseason games," when referring to whether the team will change their approach with running back Derrick Henry this summer. Henry played in just eight games in 2021 due to a foot injury, so the Titans will take it easy on the team's bell-cow running back this fall before the regular season kicks off. Prior to his injury in 2021, Henry led the NFL in rushing in both 2019 and 2020 and had 937 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns in just eight games before his injury last year. The 28-year-old's workload might be catching up to him, but the Titans figure to continue riding him in a run-first offense in 2022 as long as he's healthy, making him an easy top-five fantasy running back.

    Jul 26 · Source via Titans Derrick Henry
  • Titans Agree With Third-Rounder Malik Willis

    The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with rookie third-round quarterback Malik Willis on his four-year rookie deal on Saturday. Willis will now be able to report for training camp this summer. Tennessee is hoping that he'll be the next franchise signal-caller, but he's likely to enter his rookie season as the No. 3 QB for the Titans behind Ryan Tannehill and Logan Woodside. The 23-year-old is raw and struggled with accuracy and decision-making at Liberty in college. However, his athleticism and skills aren't in question, so the Titans are hoping to develop him into a starter over time. Unless Tannehill misses extended time with injury in 2022, there's a good chance we won't see Willis on the field at all this year.

    Jul 23 · Source via Titans Malik Willis
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