The Tennessee Titans have methodically built the wide receiver position into a solid one on their roster, and a stable quarterback situation may be the only thing keeping this unit from breaking out.
There are a few spots up for grabs in training camp, but the top three spots are pretty set in stone. This unit is still very young overall but loaded with a lot of upside.
The losses of Kenny Britt and Damien Williams also have to be accounted for. Britt was a loss that will ultimately benefit the Titans, but the Williams loss stings a bit. He had become a reliable complementary receiver that will have to be replaced.
The Titans will most likely take no more than five wide receivers to the regular season, with Dexter McCluster in the mix as a guy that will bounce between wide receiver and running back. If you count McCluster, then the Titans will seemingly have six wide receivers on the Week 1 roster.
Greg Pogue of Fox Sports Tennessee believes that this receiving corps could actually be set for a breakout season. That's something we haven't been accustomed to since the Titans came to Tennessee.
If the Titans are going to make the jump into the playoffs, then the wide receiver position will have to show a healthy balance from top to bottom. Here's your breakdown of the position.