DeAndre Hopkins praises Titans’ upgraded group of wide receivers

New Challenges and Opportunities Ahead for Tennessee Titans’ Receiving Corps: DeAndre Hopkins and Tyler Boyd

The Tennessee Titans are set to have a revamped receiving corps this year, with the addition of Calvin Ridley and Tyler Boyd. These new faces bring significant upgrades over the team’s previous group, which mainly consisted of DeAndre Hopkins as the primary target.

Hopkins, who is entering his 12th season in the NFL, has been a vital member of the Titans’ offense for years. Despite facing challenges from defenses keying in on him, he still managed to have a productive season with over 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns. However, he acknowledges that they still need to work together and prove themselves on the field.

Tyler Boyd is new to the team but has prior experience with head coach Brian Callahan from their time together in Cincinnati. Boyd is excited to be joining such a talented group and is eager to learn from Hopkins and contribute to the team’s success.

For Hopkins, this year brings a new challenge: learning a new offense after being familiar with last year’s system. He is focused on executing flawlessly every day and improving his performance as much as possible. The addition of more help on offense has only fueled his competitive spirit, as he aims to outperform and outcompete his teammates as a way to elevate the team as a whole.

Hopkins remains motivated and driven by his competitive mindset, which was inspired by Kobe Bryant. He continues to strive for excellence every day and aims to elevate his performance for the benefit of the team. With this revamped receiving corps, the Titans are poised for success in 2021.

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