AJ Highsmith joins the Titans as director.

AJ Highsmith joins the Titans as director of scouting

According to Neil Stratton of insidetheleague.com, the Titans have appointed AJ Highsmith as their new director of scouting.

Highsmith, the new hire’s pro and collegiate responsibilities, is the son of Patriots executive Alonzo Highsmith.

He re-connects with Titans General Manager Ran Carthon, with whom he worked for the 49ers before.

Working his way up from local scout to national scout, Highsmith spent five seasons with the Bills as a scout.
Stratton also reports that Keenan Agnew is joining the Titans’ personnel. Keenan Agnew, the son of Lions assistant general manager Ray Agnew, will work as a scouting assistant with the Titans.

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According to Neil Stratton of insidetheleague.com, the Titans have appointed AJ Highsmith as their new director of scouting.

Highsmith, the new hire’s pro and collegiate responsibilities, is the son of Patriots executive Alonzo Highsmith.

He re-connects with Titans General Manager Ran Carthon, with whom he worked for the 49ers before.

According to Neil Stratton of insidetheleague.com, the Titans have appointed AJ Highsmith as their new director of scouting.

Highsmith, the new hire’s pro and collegiate responsibilities, is the son of Patriots executive Alonzo Highsmith.

He re-connects with Titans General Manager Ran Carthon, with whom he worked for the 49ers before.

Working his way up from local scout to national scout, Highsmith spent five seasons with the Bills as a scout.
Stratton also reports that Keenan Agnew is joining the Titans’ personnel. Keenan Agnew, the son of Lions assistant general manager Ray Agnew, will work as a scouting assistant with the Titans. I was really excited. I love his skill set. In fact, I love the skill set of both [Pollard] and [Spears].

Working his way up from local scout to national scout, Highsmith spent five seasons with the Bills as a scout.
Stratton also reports that Keenan Agnew is joining the Titans’ personnel. Keenan Agnew, the son of Lions assistant general manager Ray Agnew, will work as a scouting assistant with the Titans. I was really excited. I love his skill set. In fact, I love the skill set of both [Pollard] and [Spears].

Since they can both catch the ball quite well out of the backfield, you don’t have to worry about either player counting touches on handoffs or running the ball. I therefore do not count touches in terms of rushing in that regard. “Hey, you got 10 rushes and six catches, so that’s a total of 16,” I’m counting. Additionally, I believe they are developing a strong rapport with one another both on and off the field.
In his debut season, Spears caught 52 catches for 385 yards and a touchdown while running for 453 yards and two touchdowns on 100 carries.

In the previous season, Pollard ran for 1,005 yards and six touchdowns on a career-high 252 carries. He  also caught a career-high 55 passes for 311 yards.

 

Spears and Pollard have spent the offseason working out together and pushing each other.

Now, it’s up to Jordan to figure out how to use them.

 

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