Report: Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown to be 'full go' for start of training camp
Brown did not participate in on-field work at OTA sessions and mandatory minicamp practices open to the media during the offseason program. He had minor cleanup surgery on both knees after the season.
Brown, 24, is a featured player in what is expected to once again be a dynamic Titans’ offense. He pairs with new Titan addition Julio Jones to form a star duo at wide receiver while running back Derrick Henry, the reigning NFL Offensive Player of the Year following a 2,000-yard rushing season, mans the backfield.
Brown, entering his third season out of Ole Miss, has posted more than 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first two seasons and was named to his first Pro Bowl in 2020.
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Star left tackle Taylor Lewan, who tore his ACL in the fifth game of the 2020 season, has made positive progress in rehab. He posted an encouraging workout video earlier this month and could also be ready by the start of training camp.
Rookie first-round pick Caleb Farley (back) and outside linebacker Bud Dupree (knee) are candidates to start camp on the Non-Football Injury and Physically Unable to Perform lists, respectively.