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Women At Titans’ Treylon Burks’ Draft Party Cause A Stir (Photos)

Women At Titans’ Treylon Burks’ Draft Party Cause A Stir (Photos)

The Tennessee Titans selected wide receiver Treylon Burks with the 18th overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. The talented young prospect recorded 146 receptions, 2,399 yards and 18 touchdowns in his time at Arkansas and will be expected to step into the role left vacant by A.J. Brown.

Brown, the Titans’ No. 1 receiver, was shipped off to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night after the front office refused to give him the four-year, $100 million extension (with $57 million guaranteed) that he desired.

Reactions to the Burks pick were mixed. Some, like the Green Bay Packers, felt he was a stud and the best talent at his position in the draft. Others, however, worried that he was a physically-comparable but skill-deficient version of the guy he was replacing.

Interestingly enough, though – Burks’ fit on the Titans isn’t why he ultimately went viral this week. Rather, it was for the visual that emerged of him on draft night.

The imagery largely speaks for itself:

As do the reactions:

The 2022 NFL Draft was eventful in many ways. Aidan Hutchinson’s mother stole the show. Kenny Pickett’s girl also left quite the impression. But nobody went as mega-viral as Treylon Burks did.

This is going to be an interesting year for Burks. As things presently stand, the Titans are built to contend for a Super Bowl. However, their success is predicated on how able and willing he will be to step into Brown’s shoes.

Will Burks live up to his potential as a top-tier rookie in this season’s class?

Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

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