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Kendall Wright: A
What a season it was for Kendall Wright as he backed up his strong 2012 rookie year. Wright became the first Titans receiver to have at least 90 catches since Derrick Mason in 2004.
Expect more of that in the future from Wright, who was consistent throughout the season despite the struggles at quarterback.
The only thing you want to see improve for Wright as his career progresses is his number of touchdowns. He managed just two this season, and that number needs to climb to the range of five or six.
Nate Washington: B+
Even though Washington's role was cut back from previous years, he still made his mark on the offense. He came up just short of 1,000 yards, believe it or not.
The Titans need to make sure Washington retires in a Titans uniform. His veteran presence is too important for this predominantly young unit.
Justin Hunter: B-
It was an up-and-down rookie season for Hunter. He definitely showed up in the touchdown department, as he finished with four. There just wasn't enough consistency, though, and that's to be expected from a rookie receiver.
Expect Hunter to show some serious improvement in 2014.
Kenny Britt: F
If there was such a thing as a worse grade than failing, then Britt would get it. He was that bad, and he clearly didn't seem to care as the season dragged on.
Damian Williams: C
Williams took a step back in 2013. He really didn't have much of an impact in any of the games he played outside of the Week 4 win over the Jets.
The Titans don't necessarily need Williams to be the star of the position, but he needs to show more production as a guy who can chip in with some decent production on a regular basis.
The boiling point was reached against the 49ers when Britt erupted with emotion after dropping the ball in the end zone on a legal hit. He needs a change of scenery, and the Titans will almost certainly give him that.
It's really unfortunate because he still has a ton of talent to be a Pro Bowl receiver.