Woods tore his ACL before Week 10, so he has had a couple of extra months to recover when compared to Chris Godwin and Michael Gallup. He is already participating in practice, running routes, and building chemistry with Ryan Tannehill. Meanwhile, Treylon Burks is projected to start the season as the team’s WR3 behind Woods and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. The Athletic’s Joe Rexrode said that “it would be a setback for Woods to be anything but full go by Week 1,” and Woods says he feels “really, really good” in his recovery, so he is fully expected to be the team’s WR1 heading into the season. With A.J. Brown and Julio Jones no longer with the team, the Titans have a league-high 351 vacated targets. Woods hasn’t averaged less than 58.5 yards per game since the 2016 season.