After the sudden release of Julio Jones, questions arose regarding the Titans and their future at receiver.
They already came into this off-season with depth concerns at receiver, so moving on from a proven — yet often injured — WR2 only meant more unwanted questions and concerns for an off-season that wasn’t off to a hot start.
But today, the Titans addressed their WR2 concern, and they did so by trading for a receiver that’s currently rehabbing a serious injury, but can also still bring a lot to the table when healthy.
Robert Woods, from an early glance, fits the Titans’ offense to a tee. He’s a willing blocker and has proven to be an excellent one in the past, he’s a great route runner, has very sturdy hands, and he’s a personality that any locker room would love to have.
To top it off, the compensation paid for Woods was hardly expensive.
This was a great deal by Jon Robinson, and a good way to ease any worries some might have about the Titans’ offense in general.