Titans holding WR tryouts with pair of familiar faces
The Tennessee Titans need to add some depth to the broad receiver position in some shape or way for the 2020 campaign track run, so it's not surprising that the team looks at wideouts over tryouts.
The Titans are holding trials with Mason Kinsey and Rashard Davis broadband receivers, according to the league's transaction wire on Monday.
These names should sound familiar, as Kinsey and Davis were both at training camp with the Titans before they were cut when the roster was cut to 53 players.
Kinsey was a 2020 uncovered free agent signing from Tennessee. He has not yet played an NFL game and was most recently on the New England Patriots training team.
Davis played in one game during his career that came with the Titans in 2019. He put on a pair of punt returns for nine yards and caught a pass for 16 yards with an offensive snap.
Tennessee's need for wider recipients stems from the fact that Adam Humphries was admitted to the Injured Reservation prior to the week 14 game and Caliph Raymond was put on the Reserve / COVID-19 list last week.
Look for the titans to add another wideout to their training team and possibly add one to the 53-man roster at some point. Tennessee currently has two major receivers on the training team in Chester Rogers and Cody Hollister, despite the latter being added to the COVID-19 list last week.
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