NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ upgrades at wide receiver bump some guys down to more suitable spots in the rotation.

Corey Davis should be the guy with the most snaps, and Adam Humphries may be right behind him depending on how the Titans deploy him outside of three-wide sets when he’s automatically the slot guy.

The hope would be that A.J. Brown will quickly establish himself as a top-three guy, which would then rank Taywan Taylor fourth, Tajae Sharpe fifth and Darius Jennings and Cameron Batson vying for sixth and seventh -- spots that 


The Titans started last season with six wide receivers on the roster: Davis, Rishard Matthews, Taylor, Sharpe, Batson and Jennings. They finished the year with five: That group minus Matthews, who asked for and got his release early in the season.

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