With WR back in question, the Titans have solved other traditional problem spot

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The A.J. Brown trade has taken us back to a familiar place, one where we are left to wonder about the Titans’ ability to find and develop receivers.

The Titans drafted 30 receivers since 1999, with Brown really the lone home run. I detailed the long and ugly history here.

For years, wide-receiver struggles masked another position where the Titans often failed to find production, though not on the same level: pass rusher.

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