The Titans acquired veteran wide receiver Robert Woods in a trade with the Los Angeles Rams during the 2022 offseason. Woods started the first nine games of the 2021 season for the Rams and snared 45 receptions for 556 yards with four touchdowns.
Unfortunately, he suffered a complete ACL tear of his left knee during a Rams practice session on Nov. 11 and missed the final eight regular season games and all of the postseason. After his trade to the Titans in late March, the 10-year receiver’s passion, determination and relentless work with team trainers and in the weight room saw him begin the 2022 campaign on the team’s active roster. In 2022, Woods appeared in all 17 games for the Titans and led the team with 53 receptions and 527 receiving yards. He led or tied for the team lead in receptions eight times and led the squad in receiving yards three times. Robert is a dedicated worker on the practice field, a valued veteran voice in the meeting room and has shown great persistence this past year attacking an eight-month rehabilitation process with a drive and passion worthy of receiving the Ed Block Courage Award.