Titans took right approach to revamp tight end

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – After Jonnu Smith bolted for New England and a rich free-agent deal following the 2020 season, the Titans overestimated what they could do with tight-end leftovers.

They got 8.2 yards per tight-end catch with the lesser group of tight ends as compared to 9.9 the year before.

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And with their moves, this offseason acknowledged last year was insignificant.

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