The excitement about Taywan Taylor’s game gradually quieted during a frustrating rookie season, but it’s time to crank things back up.
“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.