Size doesn't matter...when it comes to the Titans and their receivers. Mularkey said that height weight aren't going to be big factors when they consider their receiver options in the draft. Mularkey said they just want a guy who can get open and catch the ball. It's just an added bonus if the receiver is fast, big, and strong. The Titans said goodbye to Wright this off-season, so as of this moment, Douglas would be playing the slot, but a newbie could shift things around. The popular list of receiver names for this draft remains Mike Williams, Corey Davis, and John Ross.
Quick Hit: Jim Wyatt's mailbag.
Jason Wolf analyzes the Titans lack of money spending during the meat of the Free Agency period. He sits down with former Titans GM Floyd Reese and former NFL agent Joel Corry, to discuss why the team didn't spend as much as they could have, and some other topics.
Quick Hit: Several Vols impress at Tennessee's Pro Day
That's all for today. Happy reading!