After rumors that the Titans were looking to move WR Justin Hunter, head coach Ken Whisenhunt refuted them.
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After rumors circulated that the Tennessee Titans were looking into trading WR Justin Hunter, head coach Ken Whisenhunt was quick to shoot them down.
“Are you kidding me? That’s not something even in consideration,” Whisenhunt said of trading Hunter, via Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Wyatt has written that the Titans are disappointed with Hunter’s inconsistency and want more out of him. And considering how much talent Hunter flashed in the preseason, his statistics — nine catches for 138 yards and no touchdowns — are short of expectations so far this season.
Hunter was drafted No. 34 overall in the 2013 NFL draft but only caught 18 passes in 14 games played as a rookie. Hunter played at the University of Tennessee, making him a bit of a hometown hero as well when the team drafted him.