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The Titans finally adressed their need at wide receiver in the draft when they took Rutgers star Kenny Britt with the 30th overall selection. Britt is a big receiver who can go up and fight for the jump balls and make the tough catches over the middle.
The Titans' next three draft picks, Marks(mentioned on the previous slide), TE Jared Cook(3rd round, South Carolina), CB Ryan Mouton(4th round, Hawaii) could all be asked to play some role this season.
Cook, an All-SEC second teamer, has the speed, pass catching ability, and athleticism to be one of the games best tight ends. He will be used the same way that Antonio Gates and Dallas Clark are, lining up in the slot in four receiver sets.
Mouton is a smaller corner at 5'9", but has above average strength and can jump through the roof. His primary role will probably be in nickel and dime packages. He also has experience in the return game, so he may be called upon to return kicks and punts.
The Titans will also call upon running back Javon Ringer, a 5th round pick out of Michigan State, to be the 3rd back behind the duo formally known as 'Smash and Dash" (LenDale White and Chris Johnson). Look for Ringer to contribute in blowout games, or should White or Johnson go down (again, heaven forbid).