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Hunter had 4 touchdowns in his rookie season
This position has suddenly become one of the stronger ones on the entire roster, and it starts with Kendall Wright's rapid growth in his two NFL seasons.
Wright heads into 2014 as the team's No. 1 option in the passing game. Look for him to put up another 1,000-yard season in a much better offensive system.
Justin Hunter enters his second NFL season with high expectations and as the main deep threat. He showcased what he could do on a few occasions in his rookie season, including a big game against Oakland.
The Titans are in good shape with their top two options, and the recent free-agent signing of McCluster fits into the equation. He will get plenty of opportunities to line up in the slot and eat up yards after the catch.
Nate Washington still has an important role on this unit as the veteran, but his numbers should dip from a surprising 2013 season where he came up just short of 1,000 yards.
The potential loss of Damian Williams in free agency would be a tough loss. Williams has been a good complementary guy who fits in as a No. 4 receiver. It's unclear if the Titans will be able to retain him.
If Williams leaves, that opens back up the door for Michael Preston to make the final roster and have an impact.
Projected Starters: Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter, Nate Washington