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Favorite Titans receiver of all time?

Tight ends can be included, too!

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The Tennessee Titans have been the home to a few memorable receivers in the NFL. These include guys like Derrick Mason, Frank Wycheck, Delanie Walker, and Kevin Dyson.

Okay, so the Titans haven’t exactly been a farmer’s market when it comes to receivers, though Corey Davis has been promising and hopefully A.J. Brown goes the same route. That’s not the point of this write up, though. The question I want to ask MCM readers is this: Who is your favorite Titans receiver of all time?

Tight ends are included, so I’m going with the obvious choice: Delanie Walker. Since arriving to Tennessee in 2013—at the age of 29—Walker has put up 360 receptions for 4,208 yards, 26 touchdowns, 11.7 yards per reception, and three Pro Bowl appearances (2015-17). This includes a career year in 2015 where he caught 94 passes for 1,088 yards and six touchdowns.

Walker has been extremely consistent and one of the best tight ends in the league during his time with the Titans. As he turns 35 in August, though, I have my doubts on if he can become the same player again, especially after the injury he suffered in Week 1 in 2018. Still, considering what the Titans originally got him for back in 2013 (four years, $17.5M), Walker has become a tremendous value for the team.

Now let’s see your favorite receiver(s). Give us yours’ in the comment section, below!