Kenny Britt (No.18)
As of right now, Kenny Britt is still this team's first choice at wide receiver. That could easily change at the conclusion of training camp.
There is going to be plenty of competition at this position during training camp, and it should be fun to watch as a fan.
As for Britt, he has one last chance to really shine in a Titans uniform. He has all the talent you could ask for, and he could easily make this Titans passing offense a potent one if he decides to show up for a full season.
Kendall Wright (No.13)
Wright had a productive rookie season, but he also had some timely drops that hurt a few critical scoring drives.
That comes with the territory when dealing with rookie wide receivers, and he should show a lot of improvement in his second season.
Wright will have his hand prints all over this offense in 2013. He could easily end up leading this team in receptions for the second-straight season.
Justin Hunter (No.15)
The Titans had one of the more shocking moves of the NFL draft when they moved up in the second round to get Justin Hunter, the former standout for the Tennessee Volunteers.
Hunter could make a push for Offensive Rookie of the Year honors this season. He's going to get plenty of looks in the passing offense, and he has the speed to get down the field in a hurry.
Some people may not have agreed with the Titans going for a receiver so early in the draft, but Hunter will make this a more vertical offense than it has been in quite a long time.
Hunter will be a fun player to watch in his limited action during the preseason.
Nate Washington (No.85)
Coming in as the reliable veteran of this group, Washington is going to take a few steps back in the production department.
The Titans have gotten younger at the position, but that doesn't mean that Washington won't be relied on as a veteran who can make timely catches.
Washington could also see a little bit of time in the slot as well. He had a strong showing at the Titans OTAs, so we'll see if that translates into another productive season for the Titans.
Kevin Walter (No.87)
The addition of Walter was another surprising one by the Titans during this busy offseason. Walter just adds to the log-jam that already existed before he was brought in from the Texans.
Expect Walter to play a similar role as to what he played with the Texans. He'll make some timely plays in limited action, and he may even throw a couple 100-yard games in the mix.
When it's all said and done, Walter just makes this team even deeper at receiver than they already were. The Titans will never be short of having guys on the field who are capable of having big days on any given day.
Damian Williams (No.87)
Things start getting dicey once you get this far down on the depth chart. The Titans aren't going to keep more than six or seven receivers on the final roster, and Damian Williams will be one of those guys battling for one of those final spots.
Williams had 30 catches last season, but he has yet to really break to the next level in his three NFL seasons. Some of that is due to other things out of Williams' control, but that's the nature of the beast that is the NFL.
If Williams can have a strong training camp, then he should be safe.
Michael Preston (No.14)
Preston saw a little bit of unexpected playing time last season, but that won't be enough for coaches to keep him on the final roster.
There are just too many other talented receivers that stand ahead of Preston at the current moment. He's a guy that will probably be one of those cuts that a coach never enjoys making.
Marc Mariani (No.83)
As expected, Mariani is working really hard this offseason to battle back from his unfortunate injury that sidelined him all of last season.
There's not really a place for him as a kick returner anymore, and that means that he has to somehow make it on the team as a receiver. With his limited experience , there's just no way he makes the team over the handful of other receivers that are bringing much more to the table.
Mariani was a nice story for the Titans while it lasted, but his future is probably elsewhere in the NFL.
Rashad Ross (No.89)
Ross is a rookie out of Arizona State, and his crazy speed will give him a puncher's chance to make the final roster.
If Ross can turn some heads with his speed during the preseason, then the Titans will find a way to make room for him on the roster.
He's a classic example of a one-dimensional player, so that dimension of speed that he has will have to be the one thing that shines for him.
Diondre Borel (No.19)
If the Titans decide to keep seven wide receivers, then Borel might have a slight chance to crack the 53-man roster.
He has some value as a returner, and he came close to making the 53-man roster for the Packers' loaded receiving corps last season. That has to hold at least a little value.
Borel could have an amazing preseason and possibly get one of those final roster spots.
Dontel Watkins (No.5)
Watkins is a local guy who isn't being given strong odds to make the team. He has decent speed but not much other than that.
Crazier things have happened, but something really crazy would have to happen for Watkins to be on the roster in early September.
Travis Harvey (No.12)
Harvey is another speed specialist that will have a tough time making the team. We'll see a little of him during the preseason, but he'll probably be one of the early cuts.
Unfortunately, Harvey just doesn't have the physical frame to be an NFL wide receiver. His minimal experience at the college level doesn't help his cause.
Roberto Wallace (No.16)
Wallace has a great physical frame that gives him a small chance with a majority of NFL teams. For some reason, that didn't translate into making a final roster.
He'll be battling with several other unproven receivers to maybe get a final roster spot. It's very unlikely due to how crowded the Titans are at receiver.