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The Titans come into the season with possibly the most underrated receiving corps in the league.
Kenny Britt is coming off a torn ACL and MCL and will miss the first game of the season due to suspension. When he's back, the question will be whether or not his knee will hold up.
If not, Locker will have to lean on Nate Washington, who had his best season last year (74 catches, 1023 yards, and seven touchdowns). Washington is getting up there in age, having just turned 29 a few days ago, but still should be the top receiver on the team.
He is a huge deep threat, but his only real problem comes with catching. That's easily fixable, and he's gotten better with it.
Behind these two are Damian Williams, Lavelle Hawkins, and Kendall Wright. Williams stepped up last year after the injury to Britt, catching 45 passes for 592 yards and five touchdowns. He isn't the greatest receiver in the world, but he's solid in a pinch and gets the job done.
Hawkins was signed to an extension this past offseason and likely will be utilized a lot more in the passing game this season. He is very quick and athletic and should be a big contributor on offense this season.
The rookie Wright had a solid preseason and had a lot of chemistry with Locker. He'll likely get looks in the slot this season but looks to one day take the reins as the Titans' starting wide receiver across from Britt.