By John Glennon
A dead zone for the Titans earlier this decade, the Pro Bowl has become a regular destination for players wearing the two-tone blue in recent years.
Since the team began its current stretch of four straight winning seasons, the Titans have earned 17 invitations to the Pro Bowl – including a high of six in 2017. In 2019, four Titans – running back Derrick Henry, quarterback Ryan Tannehill, defensive tackle Jurrell Casey and punter Brett Kern – represented the team in the Pro Bowl, with Henry and Tannehill representing the team for the first time.
So who's next for the Titans?
Which of the promising young players – or even one of the vets – might be the next Titan to earn a trip to the Pro Bowl for the first time, possibly following the 2020 season?
We take a look at eight Titans first-time Pro Bowl possibilities here, rating their chances from 1 to 10 on making the jump this year:
Name: A.J. Brown
The case for: Brown was one of just 11 AFC receivers in 2020 to top the 1,000-yard mark, and that list included DeAndre Hopkins, who's now moved to the NFC's Arizona Cardinals. The Titans rookie went over 1,000 yards with just 52 catches, which were 20 – 20! – fewer receptions than it took for . . .
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