Titans Could Poach Veteran Wideout from Division Rival
By Tyler Maher
The Tennessee Titans' offense was a trainwreck last year, especially on the passing front. The Titans ranked 30th in passing yards and 28th in passing touchdowns, which helps explain why they lost seven straight games to end the season and missed the playoffs.
Tennessee is taking steps to beef up its passing attack this offseason, however, which includes potentially poaching a veteran wideout from a division rival.
Chris Moore Titans Rumors
The Titans hosted Chris Moore for a visit on Wednesday, indicating that they may be interested in signing him.
The 29-year-old free agent is coming off a solid season with the Houston Texans. Despite Houston having its own offensive woes, Moore still racked up career highs in receiving yards (548), targets (74) and catches (48). For comparison's sake, he would have led Tennessee in receiving yards with those numbers last year, while only Robert Woods would have had more targets and catches. With Woods released, Moore could help fill that void.
As such, Moore is capable of having a significant impact on the Titans' offense and would give them another reliable pass-catcher to help take some of the pressure off Derrick Henry and the ground game. Tennessee could certainly use a few more of those if it wants to take a step forward offensively in 2023.
Moore appears to be a good fit for the Titans, so don't be surprised if they make a move to sign him in the coming days.