The 2016 season has come to a close, so what's next for the Titans 2016 rookies? Wyatt runs through each rookie and talks about how their season went, and what we can expect in the future from them. Highlights: Conklin was awesome as a rookie. Dude is only going to keep getting better too. I'm so glad he is anchoring that right side of the line for the team. Henry saw limited time because Murray was being awesome, but he finished the season with 490 yards and five touchdowns on 110 carries. Mularkey says Henry's time is coming, and that coaches are going to try to find ways to get him more involved next season. Byard played in all 16 games, and the dude was pretty solid. Wyatt expects to see him on the field a lot more next season, and expects him to make more game-changing plays. I'll finish with Tajae Sharpe. Dude leap frogged over DGB and Hunter on the depth chart (before they left the team), and he finished the season with 41 catches for 522 yards and two touchdowns. Sharpe was one of the more consistent route runners and catchers, and dude will only improve.
Quick Hit: Jim Wyatt's mailbag.
The ESPN reporters covering the AFC South have been giving out "awards" for AFC South players. DeMarco Murray tied with Andrew Luck for their AFC South Offensive MVP. Sarah Barshop (Texans) and PK (Titans...obviously) both voted for Murray. They both credited his resurgence after a down season in Philly, and his massive help with the offense, as their reasons for voting for him. Congrats on your not real award, DeMarco!
Quick Hit: Terry McCormick evaluates the Linebackers.
That's all for today. Happy reading!