Terry McCormick was the first to report this morning that the Titans have agreed to terms with former Rams receiver Josh Reynolds:
Our very own Justin Melo is reporting that it is a 1-year deal:
The #Titans are signing former #Rams WR Josh Reynolds (@J_Rey_11) to a one-year deal, source said.— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) March 22, 2021
A huge opportunity for the 26-year-old Reynolds, who saw 77 targets and caught 52 of them (67.5%) for 618 yards in 2020 (All career highs).
Reynolds was pretty far down on the list of receivers that I wanted when free agency officially opened on Wednesday. As the week went along and more and more receivers went off the board, Reynolds started to sound pretty good.
There is plenty to like about this signing. Reynolds just turned 26 years old. He has been productive when given chances with the Rams. Last season he had 52 catches for 618 yards and 2 touchdowns playing behind Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp.
Reynolds is now the most experienced wide receiver on the Titans roster with 64 games played. That’s pretty wild.
This signing should not keep the Titans from taking a receiver in the first round of the draft.