The excitement about Taywan Taylor’s game gradually quieted during a frustrating rookie season, but it’s time to crank things back up.
The Titans need him. The Titans have demonstrated they believe in and will rely on him. And in the first week of camp—for whatever a first week of camp is worth—he’s justifying that faith.
“I know it takes more than just enough to be great—and I don’t want to be good, I want to be great,” said Taylor, whose offseason included a week in Florida doing some unique training with mentor and teammate Rishard Matthews.
Taylor has been getting the injured Matthews’ first-team reps on the outside and is ahead of Sharpe in the pecking order for the No. 3 WR spot, the story said. Davis sat out Sunday's practice so the story said Taylor was getting a lot of work and taking full advantage. Taylor appears to be third on the depth chart for the Titans and seems to be worth monitoring this summer.