The good news for the Titans is that WR Justin Hunter doesn’t have to be an impact player as a rookie, although they would like him to be one. His inconsistent hands and passive approach frustrate coaches. He’s dropped too many passes, made too many mistakes. The talent is there — another reason coaches have been riding the second-rounder from Tennessee so hard — but it’s looking like a lot of patience will be required.
Don't expect Hunter to make an impact as a rookie. The Titans have three pretty good receivers in Kenny Britt, Kendall Wright and Nate Washington.