Titans Get Good News on Robert Woods Injury Update
The Tennessee Titans made a move to strengthen their receiving core by trading for wideout Robert Woods. The only worry is the fact that the veteran pass-catcher is coming off a torn ACL in 2021. The good news is that Woods is not concerned about the injury and remains on schedule in his rehab.
Robert Woods Injury Update
This is about the best injury update Titans fans could've been hoping for. Woods underwent surgery to repair his knee in November and was given a six-to-nine month recovery timeline. That lines up perfectly with the start of training camp, which Woods has always had a goal to be healthy for.
The 10-year pro will line up alongside Pro Bowler A.J. Brown and act as a reliable target for quarterback Ryan Tannehill in the passing attack. Woods has racked up 3,845 yards and 18 touchdowns on a total of 311 receptions over the course of the last four seasons (56 games).
Not only that, but Woods also posted a catch percentage of over 64.5% in each of the last six years. That'll certainly come in handy considering the Titans dropped 20 passes last season (No. 17 in NFL) and opted to release WR Julio Jones. The opportunity is there for Woods to ball out in Tennessee.
The Titans head into the 2022 season aiming to win their third consecutive AFC South title and have odds set at +120 to do just that, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. Tennessee has odds set at +2400 to win their first Super Bowl title in franchise history as well.
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