NASHVILLE, Tenn. – While A.J. Brown may not see the field in April, May or June, he ought to look to July.

The Titans receiver won’t participate in the Titans' on-field offseason program, per Adam Schefter, as pushes for a contract extension heading into the final year of his rookie deal.

A.J. Brown

But history shows April is not contract-extension season, even for the players the Titans have considered their premium guys.

I don't believe a spring holdout is going to have any bearing on the way the Titans view their top receiver or that it will gain him any leverage.

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