Josh Reynolds to sign with the Titans

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Josh Reynolds’ tenure with the Los Angeles Rams will end after four seasons. According to Terry McCormick of Titan Insider, Reynolds has agreed to terms on a deal with the Tennessee Titans.

Reynolds came into the NFL as a fourth-round pick by the Rams in 2017 out of Texas A&M. He played all 64 games and made 24 starts, 13 of which came in the 2020 season after the team traded away Brandin Cooks.

In four years with the Rams, Reynolds caught 113 passes for 1,450 yards and two touchdowns. He was a solid No. 3 receiver, but the Rams drafted Van Jefferson in the second round last year to be his eventual replacement.

He was always unlikely to return to the Rams, considering they have Jefferson slotted in behind Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp. Reynolds can be an effective No. 3 receiver for the Titans, potentially even sliding up to WR2 with Corey Davis gone.