Titans have added yet another weapon for young QB Will Levis.

A Former Bengals Wide Receiver Is Joining The Titans

The rookie quarterback Will Levis of the Tennessee Titans now has even more weapons at his disposal.

Veteran Tyler Boyd was free to look for other opportunities after the Cincinnati Bengals were unable to come to an agreement with him.
Boyd is inking a one-year contract for up to $4.5 million with the Titans, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, in order to rejoin former offensive coordinator and head coach Brian Callahan.
Following the Titans’ successful free-agent signings of former All-Pro receiver Calvin Ridley and Pro Bowl running back Tony Pollard, general manager Ran Carthon decided to add another seasoned skill player.

Following the Titans’ successful free-agent signings of former All-Pro receiver Calvin Ridley and Pro Bowl running back Tony Pollard, general manager Ran Carthon decided to add another seasoned skill player.

Boyd joins Callahan with five years of playing experience in addition to his eight years in the NFL.

Boyd had two seasons with 1,000 yards receiving, but he has typically been a No. 2 or No. 3 wide receiver throughout his career.

In five of his eight career seasons, he has also recorded 65 or more receptions.

He is, to put it simply, a role player.

He will now play for Tennessee’s underappreciated offensive team, which also has Pollard, Ridley, and DeAndre Hopkins, a future Hall of Famer.

Will Levis, a quarterback in his second year, will have all the equipment and resources necessary to develop into a competent passer in the NFL.

The Titans could surprise a few people if Callahan can make the most of the potential on his offense.

This season, the AFC South will be extremely difficult.

The Jaguars, Colts, and Texans all want to make the playoffs.

With such excellent offensive skill, Tennessee might be able to contend for a postseason spot.

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