The Tennessee Titans, and quarterback Marcus Mariota, severely missed tight end Delanie Walker in 2018.

Walker suffered a dislocated ankle and fracture in the Titans’ season opening loss to the Miami Dolphins. The injury caused Walker to miss the rest of the 2018 season.

With Walker sidelined, Tennessee was without a player who had caught at least 60 passes in five straight seasons and had over 800 receiving yards in four straight seasons.

Fortunately for the Titans, it appears that Walker is well on his way to returning to full strength in 2019.

Walker, who will turn 35 in August, told reporters on Tuesday at Titans OTA’s that he’s currently in the “85 percent range”.

Walker looked smooth during OTA’s on Tuesday, as he worked in every drill.

It sounds like Walker should be a full go for the start of the 2019 season, which will be huge for Mariota and the Titans’ offense.

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