Was consistent from beginning to end during the offseason. He looks like a perfect fit in the slot, and already he’s gained the trust of the quarterbacks. The Titans didn’t sign Eric Decker because Taylor was struggling, but I am curious to see how much Decker’s addition will impact Taylor’s snaps.
Tight end Jonnu Smith (Third round, 100th overall)
He’s lived up to his reputation as a natural catcher of the football. Smith worked at a number of positions, and he’ll have a chance to get some playing time early if he stays on track.
Linebacker Jayon Brown(Fifth round, 155th overall)Fast. That’s how defensive coaches described him during the offseason, and it’s how he looked. Because of his size, Brown might not fight off blockers with ease. But he should be able to run around them, and keep up in coverage.
Offensive lineman Corey Levin (Sixth round, 217th overall)
Levin said his head was spinning at the start of the offseason, but he appeared to settle down while working at center. He’ll be in a competition with others, so he’ll need to hold his own in the trenches.
Linebacker Josh Carraway (Seventh round, 227th overall)
Flashed more at the end of the offseason, especially on one rush vs. Taylor Lewan. With more work, he looked more fluid in his rush attempts. But he’s going to have to prove he can hold up physically – and prove he can hold an edge — when the pads come in in camp.
Offensive lineman Brad Seaton (Seventh round, 236th overall)This guy shouldn’t have a problem with the physical aspect of the game. At 6-foot-8, 311 pounds, he’s plenty big. I’m anxious to see if he can establish himself enough to stick as a depth guy during camp.
Running back Khalfani Muhammad (Seventh round, 241st overall)
I used fast to describe Brown, so I’ll go “elusive” here. It’s been fun watching Muhammad bounce in and out of traffic, and then turn on the speed. He’ll have to be strong in other areas to stick, because David Fluellen is no slouch behind backs DeMarco Murrayand Derrick Henry.