Tajae Sharpe lets receiver-needy Titans know he’s ‘available’

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With the Tennessee Titans desperately needing to add to their wide receivers room ahead of the 2023 NFL season, one former Titan appears to be interested in a reunion with his former team.

It was assumed the Titans would come away with at least one veteran wide receiver this offseason, but as we get later and later in the free agency period, Tennessee remains silent.

General manager Ran Carthon recently touched on the subject.

“We are going to look to address it,” Carthon said, per Jim Wyatt of Titans Online. “We are not trying to fill everything via free agency, but if that’s where the best option comes from, we’ll address it that way. We just have to be patient, and exercise patience and allow that to come to fruition.”

While he wouldn’t solve Tennessee’s need for a big upgrade at the position, former fifth-round pick Tajae Sharpe remains available and would be a decent option to compete for a spot further down the depth chart.

Sharpe recently made sure to let the Titans know he’s available and willing to help.

Sharpe spent the first four seasons of his career with the Titans, reeling in 92 catches for 1,167 yards and eight scores. Unfortunately, things have been mostly downhill from there.

After latching on with the Minnesota Vikings in 2020, Sharpe didn’t catch a single pass in four games before being let go. He landed with the Atlanta Falcons in 2021, catching 25 passes for 230 yards.

Sharpe then had cups of coffee with the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers in 2022 but never saw the field.

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Story originally appeared on Titans Wire