|3||08/27/2022||Cardinals||W 26 - 23||0||0||0||0|
|2||08/20/2022||Buccaneers||W 13 - 3||4||47||11.8||19||0|
|1||08/11/2022||@Ravens||L 10 - 23|
Signed by the Titans as an undrafted free agent on May 13, 2022…appeared in 34 games with 31 starts over four seasons at Southern Methodist (2018-21)…tallied 168 catches for 2,704 yards (16.1-yard avg.) and 23 touchdowns for the Mustangs…caught a career-long pass of 85 yards…added five carries for 17 yards…posted nine kick returns for 301 yards with one score and three punt returns for 21 yards…transferred to Southern Methodist in 2017 from West Virginia…played in 12 games with the Mountaineers and finished with six catches for 30 yards and one touchdown.
As a redshirt senior (2021), started all 12 games and amassed 51 catches for 625 yards and six touchdowns…caught a season-long 66-yard reception…added three punt returns for seven yards…named to the Maxwell Award watch list, Biletnikoff Award watch list and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award watch list…as a senior (2020), started four games…caught 22 passes for 474 yards and five scores, including a career-best long of 85 yards, before suffering a season-ending injury…posted four kick returns for 95 yards…named to the Maxwell Award watch list, Biletnikoff Award watch list and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award watch list…as a junior (2019), started eight games and ranked second on the team with 43 catches for a career-high 803 yards and six touchdowns…caught a season-long pass of 75 yards…as a sophomore (2018), played in 10 games and made seven starts in his first season at Southern Methodist…caught a career-high 52 passes for 802 yards with six touchdowns…added five kick returns for 206 yards and one touchdown…posted five games with more than 100 all-purpose yards…added three carries for 10 yards…transferred to Southern Methodist from West Virginia in 2017…as a freshman (2017), saw action in 12 games in his lone season at West Virginia…finished with six catches for 30 yards and one touchdown…graduated from Southern Methodist in December 2021 with a degree in education and human development.
High school/personal: attended Mesquite Horn (Texas) High School where he caught 60 passes for 1,060 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior…also had over 800 return yards with a 36.7-yard kickoff return average and a 13.4-yard punt return average…named district 11-6A all-district first team offense and district special teams most valuable player…was a three star recruit by 247Sports, ESPN, Scout and Rivals…also ran track…has one sibling…son of Reginald Sr. and Monica Roberson…transferred from West Virginia to Southern Methodist to be closer to home so his family could attend his games...@slidespook on Instagram and @thekingreggie on Twitter…last name pronounced RAH-berson…born Reginald Christopher Roberson Jr. on Oct. 14, 1998 in Desoto, Texas.