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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Dangermode, Aug 29, 2021.
I didn’t think so Why’s everyone seem to want the Titans to trade for him?
I think “everyone” is like 2-3 posters that are very vocal about not accepting that he was a 1st rd bust.
Because they liked him coming out of college
With the expanded 16 player rosters, I could see Foristall and Hudson both ending up there.
I just really believe Jrob has been patiently waiting for cut downs to fill out the position. Like he knows someone that will get cut that he wants. It’s seems very deliberate.
Could you imagine 2015 Walker on this team? Damn
That’d be great, but Id expect more of a 2021 version. Probably still effective as an alternative TE. Likely better than whoever is our #3, probably Swaim too.
Yeah DW will always be one of my favorite Titans. I would love to get him back for this year. I think he would still bring value to this team, especially in the red zone.
With what I've seen of Hudson and Stocker (basically blockers only) and we know Swaim is not different, it seems Walker might be a consideration. If he goes unsigned I guess he is always an emergency signing if Firkser goes down.
With that said it makes me wonder if Blasingame can be used as a H-back or occasional TE. I'd definitely use him more in the passing game and then his presence doesn't always indicate a run with Henry. Also nice to see him handed the ball occasionally.
fwiw - J Horsted may very well not make Bears roster. They already have Kmet, Graham and James as locks. Holtz maybe as 4th for blocking. Horsted has great hands, set all kinds of Princeton (meh) receiving records as a WR. So not much of a blocker. As a Bear and Titan fan, if he gets cut from Chicago I'd like to see him make my other fav team. Every time he gets an opportunity he seems to be successful.
IMO the need for a receiving TE is lesser than what it was before we traded for Julio, and the other no name receivers stepped up in camp.
Hence, Firkser and 2 blocking TE's might be the way we go.