Titans Agree to Terms with Second-Round Pick A.J. Brown


NASHVILLE – The Titans have agreed to terms with receiver A.J. Brown, which means all of the team's draft picks are now under contract.

Brown, selected in the second round of the NFL Draft out of Ole Miss, has looked good in offseason workouts for the team. He's expected to make an impact for the Titans right out of the gate in 2019.

Selected 51st overall, Brown is the school's all-time leading receiver with 2,984 yards. He tallied the most 100-yard receiving games in Ole Miss history and is third on the school's leaderboard in receptions with 189.

Brown is the only receiver in program history to tally 60 or more receptions in back-to-back seasons. He set Ole Miss' single-season receiving record in both yards (1,320) and catches (85) in 2018 as a junior. He was an all-SEC first team performer.

The Titans are currently in the middle of a minicamp. Brown left an OTA practice last week, but he returned for the start of this week's minicamp. The rookies will remain in town through next week, and then will depart for a stretch leading up to training camp, which is expected to begin around July 25.

Earlier, the team agreed to terms with draft picks Jeffery Simmons, Nate Davis, Amani Hooker, D'Andre Walker and David Long Jr.

Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown was among 40 top rookies from the 2019 NFL Draft to take part in the 25th annual NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere in Los Angeles. (Photos: NFLPA)

The Tennessee Titans select Mississippi wide receiver A.J. Brown in the second round (51st overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft. (AP Photos)

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