Tennessee has successfully upgraded its team speed on offense over the last two offseasons and Washington fits the bill. The 25-year-old deep threat is coming off a 40-catch, 631-yard campaign as Pittsburgh's No. 3 receiver. Washington is joining a run-first offense, however, and his stats may only improve slightly. He'll also have to win a starting job over LaVelle Hawkins, Paul Williams, Chris Davis and possibly incumbent Justin McCareins, a free agent.