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|Reynolds is interesting as a low-end fantasy prospect with his new team. He grabbed 52 of his 81 targets with the Rams last year, by far the most productive of his four seasons in the league. Those numbers, and his 618 yards and two touchdowns aren't mind-blowing, but on a roster that doesn't feature nearly as much receiving talent as LA, his versatility and ability to line up on the boundary or in the slot could create opportunities for him, especially if Julio Jones continues to struggle to stay healthy. That scenario would make him the WR2 in this offense, which is appealing, even for a team that wants to throw the ball less than 30 times a game.
Reynolds is a roster stash and potential handcuff for Jones or A.J. Brown.
| Titans will be without A.J. Brown and Julio in Week 4|
Both receivers missed practice Friday
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Oct 1, 2:00 pm
|Titans receivers Julio Jones and A.J. Brown didn't practice again on Friday, and Coach Mike Vrabel ruled OUT both players for Sunday's game. Jones, who didn't play down the stretch in Sunday's win against the Colts, is listed on the Injury Report with a hamstring injury.
Brown, who appeared on last week's Injury Report with a knee injury, is also listed on this week's Injury Report with a hamstring injury. (Tennessee Titans)|
FFToday's Take: Julio was missing late in the game last week against the Colts and reportedly has a hamstring injury. Josh Reynolds who has been inactive for the first three games will be forced into duty along side Chester Rodgers and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. Tight end Anthony Firkser (knee) is also expected to play.
| A.J. Brown considered week-to-week with hamstring injury|
Julio Jones limited in Week 3
By: Mike Krueger | Mon Sep 27, 4:21 pm
|Titans’ WR A.J. Brown has a strained hamstring and is expected to be considered week to week, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Brown rehabbed knee surgery all off-season and is now battling a hamstring injury which at the very least sounds like is going to keep from playing in Week 4. Expect to see more Chester Rogers and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine lining up at WR for the Titans in the coming weeks. Josh Reynolds was Inactive in Week 3 and Julio Jones was limited.