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Titans head coach discusses the unexpected method the team brought in top wide receiver

Calvin Ridley, a wide receiver with the Tennessee Titans, recently expressed to media his desire to remain with the Jacksonville Jaguars during the summer. On Monday, Titans head coach Brian Callahan hinted that Ridley might not have been the team’s top free-agency goal either.

Tennessee outbid the New England Patriots in their “aggressive offer” to sign the 29-year-old wide receiver, according to Mike Giardi of the Boston Sports Journal.
In the end, Ridley agreed to a four-year, $92 million contract to serve as quarterback Will Levis’ primary aerial weapon with five-time Pro Bowler DeAndre Hopkins.
Derrick Henry, a two-time running back champion, left the Titans to join the Baltimore Ravens. Tony Pollard, a 2022 Pro Bowl running back, took Henry’s position.

In his final season with the Jaguars, Ridley led the team in receptions (76) and touchdowns (8), while he finished second in targets (136) and receiving yards (1,016).

In a number of noteworthy statistics last season, including targets (137), catches (75), receiving yards (1,057), and receiving touchdowns (seven), Hopkins led Tennessee’s receiving corps. Nuk outperformed every other player on the squad in terms of receiving yards and touchdowns, and he had 21 more catches and 60 more targets than the next-closest option.

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