Tennessee wide receiver Brandon Jones is in the thick of a great training
camp battle as the Titans evaluate who their top three receivers will be to
start the 2007 NFL season.
"The competition out there is heating up, we've got a lot of young guys out
there, and everybody wants to get out on the field," he said during his
Scout Radio interview this week.
Amongst the top receivers on the Titans, along with Jones, is newcomer Eric Moulds. But Jones sees him as a mentor more than a competitor.
"He's a savvy veteran, so any information he gives me, it helps me out a
lot," he said.
The third-year receiver out of Oklahoma started out strong in the team's
preseason opener against the Redskins, catching three passes for 34 yards --
best amongst all their receivers -- in his limited time on the field. But
was disappointed that the offense failed to put any points on the board.
That said, he's already looking forward to this Friday's game against the
Patriots, who ended the Titans' playoff hopes after a terrific run during the
second half of the season. Squaring off against New England adds some meaning to
this game for Tennessee in what would otherwise be a glorified practice session
for both squads.
"We look at them more as a rival now, because they took something away
from us," he said.
Scout.com subscribers can listen to this 6-minute interview, and find out
more about his progression with quarterback Vince Young, his thoughts on the
rookie wide receivers, rookie safety Michael Griffin and much more: Listen to Audio
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