He's averaged 50 catches over the past three years, but as tight end Bo Scaife prepares for his sixth NFLseason, both he and the Titans believe he has another level.
"It would be good to see him be the go-to-guy, the first-down maker, the guy that keeps the chains moving … that type of thing,'' tight ends coach John Zernhelt said.
Scaife changed things up a bit this offseason, working out with a personal trainer in Denver for several months — even at the expense of missing some of the Titans' voluntary practices. But he said he believes it will be for the best when the season rolls around.
"I feel good that nothing is nagging on me, nothing like that,'' Scaife said. "My body feels strong, so hopefully it plays out and works out for me.''
Bo Scaife could surprise folks this year and be a solid #2 TE. He's also playing for a contract renewal.