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Nick Holz, the offensive coordinator for the Titans, says Treylon Burks will be given the chance to succeed.

The Titans acquired wide receiver Treylon Burks with the Eagles’ first-round draft selection two years prior, after trading star wide receiver A.J. Brown to them. It would be an understatement to suggest that the Titans have not benefited from the trade.

Whereas Tennessee’s offense has faltered and Burks has been a huge disappointment, logging just 49 receptions for 665 yards and one score in his first two NFL seasons, Brown has established himself as one of the game’s best wide receivers in Philadelphia.

The Titans have a new coaching staff as of late, and offensive coordinator Nick Holz stated that Burks will have to prove himself if he wants to play a significant role in the offense in 2024.

Treylon has a great deal of promise. First-round selection; every talent is evident. However, Holz stated that he would receive what he deserves. “As a large man, he possesses the ability to run and make contested catches.” We would really benefit from that enhancement if he could figure out a way to make it happen.

In all likelihood, Burks is the Titans’ third receiver after Calvin Ridley and DeAndre Hopkins, at most. Burks was selected in the first round of the draft, so his contract is guaranteed for the first four seasons, so it’s unlikely that he will leave, but if he wants to play a big role for Tennessee this year, he needs to win over head coach Brian Callahan and Holz.

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