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WR Williams another talented target for Titans' Young

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Posted April 23, 2010 @ 10:20 p.m. ET
By Mike Wilkening

Remember when the Titans' passing game lacked weapons? That's no longer the case.

In a span of a little more than a year, the Tennessee passing offense has gotten much more interesting. Last year, the Titans drafted WR Kenny Britt in Round One and traded up for swift TE Jared Cook in Round Three after giving Steelers vertical threat Nate Washington big money in free agency.

And the Titans further addressed the passing game in the 2010 draft, selecting intriguing USC WR Damian Williams in Round Three. Williams is dangerous after the catch and could contribute immediately in the return game. For now, he probably figures as the Titans' fourth receiver, but he has starter's potential. 

What an interesting offense the Titans could have this season. They boast the NFL's fastest running back in Chris Johnson, and they have the receivers needed to spread the field. If QB Vince Young is reasonably accurate, and if Johnson plays like he did in his first two NFL seasons, this could be a top-10 attack.


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