Dillon Radunz had a disappointing rookie season. A highly drafted rookie, and couldn’t beat out David Quessenberry for the RT job, even when Q was playing some truly terrible football. Year two isn’t promising any starting spot yet, but Radunz is ready to compete. One of the guys he’ll be competing with is rookie, NPF. If he gets beat out for both LG and RT, I’d say that’s a huge failure, so let’s hope he comes away with one of those two jobs.
Jim Wyatt still believes that the Titans add another WR this offseason. Given the unknown of Burks and Phillips, I think that would be wise.
While some of Tannehill’s top targets have been unavailable this offseason, which means he’s had a lot of time to build chemistry with Austin Hooper. Hopefully that pays off early in the regular season.