NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A.J. Brown’s overly dramatic reaction to the reaction to his absence from OTAs in a contract dispute failed to factor in some important factors.

We don’t know what exactly set Brown up for his odd, sensitive Tweets on Monday, after Adam Schefter reported he was not expected to participate in the Titans’ on-field, offseason workouts because he wants a new deal at a time this off-season when WR deals have exploded.

A.J. Brown surrounded by teammates

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Deebo Samuel and Terry McLaurin are in similar circumstances.

Later the same day, Brown came out with these Tweets.

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Scout's take: Breaking down offensive line possibilities for the Titans in the draft

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans' offensive line issues started before the release of left guard Rodger Saffold and letting right tackle David Quessenberry go to free agency.

Right now, the Titans have three returning starting linemen on their roster in left tackle Taylor Lewan, center Ben Jones and right guard Nate Davis.

Kenyon Green

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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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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Jon Robinson has an obligation to look after the Titans for both short-term and long-term simultaneously.

That’s no easy job.

Heading into the draft with no second-round pick because of the Julio Jones trade, it’s harder to do.

Ryan Tannehill

But if he’s thinking clearly and honestly about the most important position, he’s got to at least be considering the idea that Ryan Tannehill is not going to be able to deliver his team a championship.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans' big needs heading into the draft are clear: receiver, an offensive lineman for either left guard or right tackle, tight end.

Those are the positions where a first-round pick would have room to help this team this season, which should be the goal.

They could take a quarterback looking to 2023.

Devin Lloyd

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