It hasn't necessarily been a lost offseason for receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, but the second round pick has been slow out of the gate, to say the least. Green-Beckham injured his hamstring during the team's rookie minicamp, re-aggravated the injury during an early OTA, and has been a spectator most of the offseason. Green-Beckham did some work on a limited basis in practices last week, and is expected to be involved in this week's minicamp to some degree. The Titans hope he can make it through the week without any further setbacks, which would allow him to hit the ground running for training camp.
If Green-Beckham picks up things quickly and proves he’s not as raw as his detractors say — one offensive coordinator said he was “completely lost” at the whiteboard in a pre-draft interview — he could certainly start early in the season opposite Kendall Wright, since it seems that Justin Hunter is on the outs with the current coaching staff. If he sees starter’s snaps, he should be fantasy relevant as a rookie, though he'll have to prove he's ready for the mental side of the game. Long-term, he has a chance to flourish if both he and Mariota are the real deal.