Will the Titans go smaller at receiver to get faster?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Like any team, the Titans prefer big and fast receivers.

But if they’ve needed to sacrifice size or speed, they’ve given up speed. The team and quarterback Ryan Tannehill have a preference for large receivers with big catch-radiuses who can block with physicality.

Nov 26, 2022; Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Jalin Hyatt (11) pulls in a first down catch against Vanderbilt Commodores defensive back Ja'Dais Richard (34) during the first quarter at FirstBank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: George Walker IV - USA TODAY Sports
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Mike Vrabel, however, came out of 2022 with a call for the Titans to get faster, and while that covers plenty of positions, a fast team has to have fast receivers.

With a new general manager and a new desire from the coach and an offensive coordinator and a revamped offensive staff that’s going to want to do some different things, are we about to see a change in Tennessee’s approach?

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