The Titans are stacked at receiver now, but the problem they have is that their best receiver may not see the field for the first few weeks next season.
Kenny Britt has proven that he's absurdly talented, but he's also injury-prone, and misses a lot of games because of this. To make matters worse, he's got plenty of off the field problems as well, and will probably be suspended for some of 2012.
Across from Britt is Nate Washington, who's coming off a career year with over 1,000 yards receiving. Washington is a better than average No. 2 receiver and can be a No. 1 when the situation calls for it.
Kendall Wright will be the next in rotation in all likelihood. He's an untested rookie, but he's fast, has great hands and has a lot of practice catching deep passes. He should make an instant impact.
Beyond those three, there's Damian Williams, who showed flashes of greatness in 2011, but needs to improve on his consistency. Lavelle Hawkins and Marc Mariani are depth guys, but Hawkins has shown that he is nothing to ignore.
At tight end, the Titans are also sitting pretty. Jared Cook had a fantastic season in 2011, even though he still needs some consistency. Craig Stevens is a great blocker, but he can catch pretty well too, so he can open up the middle of the field.
Rookie Taylor Thompson is big, athletic and has lots of upside, but he's going to take time to transition. Cameron Graham and Joey Haynos are depth players at best, and may not make the roster in the end.