Found December 30, 2011 on Titans Locker:
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28-year old WR Nate Washington has turned in a very solid 2011 season for the Titans.  He has played in 15 games for the Titans so far and he has caught 70 passes for 931 yards (13.3 avg) with 6 TD grabs.  Those are career high numbers in receptions and receiving yards for Washington.  He has also tied his career high in TD receptions so far this year with one game left to play.  Washington has been consistently good without really dominating as he only has eclipsed 100 yards receiving twice so far this year.  Washington has now played in 95 games in his first six years in the NFL and he has caught 263 passes for 3,892 yards (14.8 avg) with 30 TD grabs.  He has definitely responded to the challenge of being the Titans’ #1 WR in 2011.
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