I’ll add my thoughts to the general Josh Reynolds discussion… it’s not crazy to think that Marcus Johnson or Chester Rogers could emerge as the Titans WR3 given how camp has gone. He’s making $762,500 more than Johnson, it’s not like they’re super committed to him financially.
It's not that long ago Reynolds was a popular fantasy target and a potential WR2. But now Julio Jones is opposite A.J. Brown and Herndon went as far to say that it wouldn't be jaw-dropping if Reynolds doesn't make the cut. Herndon added Reynolds has some work to do the rest of camp.