Coming out of OTAs, it looked as if Williams was as deep as fifth on the depth chart after sitting out a week with a hamstring injury. He probably will still be the No. 1 punt returner, but with Britt, Gage and Nate Washington above him, it’s tough to see him get a lot of playing time, especially early. There is a good chance that the Titans end up using Williams, who is a little more compact than the lanky Gage and Britt, in the slot position as the season progresses, so we’re not writing off Williams totally for this season. As for now though, we don’t think he’ll have a sizeable impact this year.
~ Titans GM Mike Reinfeldt did say on draft day that Williams "has a chance to be our No. 1 (receiver)." While Williams has potential, emotions do run high on draft day and Reinfeldt isn't the coach, so take that with a grain of salt