NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ depth at receiver was a nice training-camp story.

With A.J. Brown and Julio Jones missing the bulk of work with injuries, Ryan Tannehill had to throw to alternate targets. And Marcus Johnson, Chester Rogers and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine made progress and made plays.

A.J. Brown

Courtesy Tennessee Titans

But as the season has played out, it’s reminded us that they are supplementary players, nice in smaller roles but not players who offer the Titans the qualities of the guys ahead of them when they are missing.

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