The Tennessee Titans made a notable roster upgrade on Tuesday. The Titans signed former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd to a one-year deal worth up to $4.5 million. Moreover, Miami Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill took notice of the signing and posted a hyped social media reaction.

The Dolphins star took to X to react to the Titans' depth-bolstering move:

“Titans WR core nasty oooo,” Hill posted alongside a smiling-faced tear emoji.

Tyreek Hill would know an impressive receiving core, considering he leads one himself. The Dolphins star is coming off his fourth All-Pro-worthy season in 2023-24. Tyler Boyd has not reached such heights yet, but his presence should help take Tennessee to the next level.

Boyd started his career with the Bengals in 2016 after the team selected him with the 55th pick in the second round of the draft. He showed great promise during his rookie year, totaling 603 yards and one touchdown in 16 games. Boyd's production dropped the following season after he played just 10 games, but he made a giant leap during the 2018-19 season.

The former Pittsburgh Panther amassed 1,046 yards and a career-high seven TDs in 14 games. Boyd continued his momentum into 2019-20 with a career-best 1046 yards along with five TDs. He was a reliable offensive presence for the Bengals for the next few seasons. Most notably, Boyd garnered 828 yards and five TDs in 2021-22, the same season Cincy was the Super Bowl 56 runner-up.

Boyd comes off a 2023-24 season of 667 yards and two TDs. His experience playing alongside Joe Burrow will be a great asset as he looks to develop relationships with Will Levis and Ryan Tannehill.

Cincinnati's move for Tyler Boyd reunites him with head coach Brian Callahan, who served as the Bengals' offensive coordinator from 2019 to 2023. Furthermore, Boyd will join the talented receiving core Tyreek Hill alluded to.

Bengals get massive offensive boost for 2024-25

Cincinnati's receiving core includes Deandre Hopkins, Calvin Ridley, and 2022 first-round pick Treylon Burks. Hopkins comes off a stout bounce-back year after only playing nine games with the Arizona Cardinals in 2022-23. The Pro Bowler hauled in 1,057 yards and seven TDs in 2023-24.

Meanwhile, Calvin Ridley had nearly identical production with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He garnered 1,016 yards and seven TDs and played all 17 regular season games.

Treylon Burks has not experienced the jump some Titans fans hoped for, but he has a great foundation to build on. Burks totaled 444 yards and a TD during his rookie year. He comes off a season of 221 yards and one TD.

The Titans' talented receiving core looks to help the team make a jump in 2024-25. Tennessee is coming off a 6-11 season that placed them last in the AFC South. The team took a notable free agency hit with the departure of star running back Derek Henry.

Henry signed with the Baltimore Ravens after a historical eight-year tenure with the Titans. It will be tough to fill his massive role in the offense. However, Tennessee will do all it can to meld its new and returning pieces for a stout showing.

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