NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans avoided three-wide sets when they could under Mike Mularkey. The Rams thrived in them.

Matt LaFleur came to Tennessee from Los Angeles, and while his new team’s offensive system will be suited to his players, it’s bound to look a lot more than the Rams’ than that of the Mularkey Titans.

Are Jon Robinson, Mike Vrabel and LaFleur satisfied with the current crop of receivers?TaylorIND

We’ve had no indication on that except that they did not surface on any level as a known suitor of a receiver in the early stages of free agency.

Sixteen receivers have signed new deals in free agency, with a dozen of them changing team. The remaining list of available guys isn't great, though maybe the Titans have a couple they are eyeing for when prices and expectations drop.

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