Tajae Sharpe on Titans' receivers: 'Whoever we come against, they are going to have to prove themselves'

SharpeNASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans gathered Monday morning, technically informally since OTAs are involuntary.

Mike Vrabel has talked about how a coach isn’t a coach until he has played, so in that regard, it’s opening day for him and his staff.

Among the many key components about what’s to unfold as the 2018 Titans are built is the young wide receiver group, which Matt LaFleur recently told some season ticket holders is undervalued.

The biggest change in the top four of Rishard Matthews, Corey Davis. Tajae Sharpe and Taywan Taylor is the re-emergence of Sharpe, who missed last season after a stress fracture in his foot was surgically repaired.

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