Tennessee Titans second-year wide receiver Tajae Sharpe is looking being on the roster bubble once camp opens up.
Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said in a media interview that Sharpe will have a “hard time” if he is not able to stay in shape. This offseason, Tajae Sharpe underwent surgery on his foot and it has kept him sidelined for a while. While Sharpe was recovering, the Titans bolstered up their receiving core with the additions of Corey Davis (NFL Draft) and Eric Decker via free agency.
Tajae Sharpe is looking at battling for reps this camp as he will be battling with Harry Douglas, Rishard Matthews and Eric Weems. In his rookie campaign last season, Sharpe caught 41 receptions for 522 yards and 2 touchdowns while averaging impressive 12.2 yards per reception. If he sticks around with the Titans he will be destined for an average season in 2017.