The Tennessee Titans made their first significant move of the offseason at the wide receiver position on Monday after agreeing to terms with former Los Angeles Rams wideout, Josh Reynolds.
A former fourth-round pick of the Rams, Reynolds has spent four seasons in the NFL working as a complementary piece in Los Angeles’ offense. Targets have been hard to come by for the 26-year-old, as his old team routinely had a slew of targets to work with in the passing game.
Now Reynolds moves on to Tennessee, where he could see an expanded role from the one he had with the Rams and might finally be able to break out given more opportunities and with A.J. Brown opposite him.
Here’s a bit more information on Tennessee’s newest receiver as we take a look at three things to know about Reynolds.