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The Battle: Marc Mariani, Michael Preston, Derek Hagan, Brian Robiskie, Derel Walker
These are four receivers who I believe have the best chance to fill out the remainder of the depth chart at the position, with there probably only being room for two of them at the most.
The two incumbents are Marc Mariani and Michael Preston. These two have the best chance due to their already being familiar with the team, but a new offense under Ken Whisenhunt basically puts everyone on a level playing field.
Can Mariani finally break through as a wide receiver on this roster? This will probably be his last chance to prove that on this team, and I think he will. The guy is such a hard worker and dealt with an unfortunate setback last season when he was forced to injured reserve.
Then you have the ultra-athletic Michael Preston, who I believe has the best chance to become the team's fourth option behind Kendall Wright, Nate Washington and Justin Hunter. We've seen glimpses of how good he can be.
Preston was on the cusp of making the 53-man roster last season, but there was a lot more competition with guys like Damian Williams and Kenny Britt still there.
This is Preston's perfect time to really become a viable complementary receiver, much like Williams was.
You can't leave out Derek Hagan, who has seven seasons of NFL experience. This is Hagan's fifth NFL team, and I can't seem him beating out one of these younger receivers who have more upside to offer.
The handful of undrafted receivers all have unique opportunities to crack into a lineup that is thin and has limited experience after Washington. The player with the best chance out of this group is Derek Walker, who comes from Texas A&M. He'll have to really showcase his speed to possibly become the final receiver to make the roster.
In the end, the Titans will take five total receivers to Week 1, and the two incumbents will do enough in training camp to hold down their positions.
Winners: Michael Preston, Marc Mariani