Kyle Philips needs to re-emerge for Titans to unlock potential

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – We change opinions quickly on players when they disappear from view.

Titans wide receiver Kyle Philips pulls in a first-down catch during the third quarter against the New York Giants. Sept. 11, 2022.. Syndication The Tennessean
Kyle Philips/ © George Walker IV / USA TODAY NETWORK

So Kyle Philips' great rookie training camp where he left defenders flailing with his stop-and-go routes started to vanish when he hurt his shoulder in his debut. Rob Moore was calling Philips “The Professor” in mid-August, because there was nothing Philips didn’t know.

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