Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
3 months ago

Douglas was not targeted in Sunday's season finale against the Texans.

EDGE Analysis

Douglas finishes the season with just 15 catches for 210 yards. The 32-year-old wide receiver is signed for one more year in Tennessee, but the Titans will likely part ways with him this offseason.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
3 months ago

Douglas caught five of six targets for 48 yards in Saturday's 38-17 loss to Jacksonville.

EDGE Analysis

Douglas tied Tajae Sharpe for the team lead in receiving yards while leading the way in receptions. He had four catches for 34 yards after backup quarterback Matt Cassel replaced injured starter Marcus Mariota (fibula), demonstrating a strong rapport with the veteran. Douglas' chemistry with Cassel raises the receiver's appeal for next week with Mariota done for the season.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
3 months ago

Douglas caught one of two passes for 10 yards Sunday against Denver.

EDGE Analysis

Douglas was the second-most productive Titans wide receiver in a game that saw Tennessee run the ball 42 times while completing only six passes. They'll likely get back to a more balanced approach moving forward, but the veteran likely won't benefit much given his limited role.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
4 months ago

Douglas caught both of his targets for 60 yards Sunday in Chicago.

EDGE Analysis

This was a season high in yardage for Douglas, who still hasn't caught more than two balls in a game this year. The 32-year-old veteran is yet to score a touchdown, and seems unlikely to do so while slotting in behind Rishard Matthews, Tajae Sharpe and Kendall Wright on the wide receiver depth chart.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
4 months ago

Douglas secured one of three targets for three yards Sunday in Indianapolis.

EDGE Analysis

Douglas played just 12 snaps as the clear No. 4 wide receiver. Second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota is starting to make his receivers better, but Douglas doesn't see the field enough to benefit from Mariota's growth under center.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
5 months ago

Douglas caught both of his targets for 48 yards Sunday in San Diego.

EDGE Analysis

Andre Johnson's retirement has handed Douglas the No. 4 wide receiver role. It's nice that he's seeing the field again, but the veteran's value remains limited as long as he's stuck behind Rishard Matthews, Tajae Sharpe and Kendall Wright on the depth chart.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
6 months ago

Douglas (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's Week 5 tilt with the Dolphins, John Glennon of The Tennessean reports.

EDGE Analysis

Douglas ranks ahead of Marc Mariani as the Titans' fifth wideout, but because Mariani is guaranteed an active slot each week due to his standing as the team's return man, there's no room in the lineup for Douglas. The 31-year-old has caught just four passes for 41 yards this season and likely won't see many opportunities if the team's wideout corps remains relatively healthy the rest of the way.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
6 months ago

Douglas is inactive Sunday against the Texans.

EDGE Analysis

With Kendall Wright back in the Titans' wideout mix Sunday, Douglas is the odd man out on that front in Week 4.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
6 months ago

Douglas caught two of four targets for 20 yards Sunday against the Raiders.

EDGE Analysis

Douglas has been getting the majority of looks out of the slot with Kendall Wright (hamstring) out, but could see his playing time reduced soon if Wright is able to suit up. Even if Wright remains out in Week 4 against the Texans, Douglas will still trail Tajae Sharpe and Rishard Matthews on the depth chart on an offense that also utilizes running backs and tight ends in significant receiving roles.

Harry Douglas
WR TEN (13)
6 months ago

Douglas caught just two of the five passes thrown his way for 21 yards in Sunday's season opener against the Vikings.

EDGE Analysis

Despite seeing significant time in the slot due to the absence of Kendall Wright (hamstring), Douglas finished seventh on the team in receiving yards. There are simply too many mouths to feed in Tennessee for the former Falcons receiver to find much success.