Tyler Byrd was one of the “forgotten” players on Tennessee’s roster heading into the 2019 season. The senior wide receiver joined the Vols as a highly-acclaimed four-star prospect in the 2016 signing class, and he flashed plenty of potential as a freshman, catching 15 passes for 209 yards and gaining 63 yards on eight carries. […]
Jarrett Guarantano had to step up in relief of Brian Maurer against Mississippi State, and he helped lead the Vols to victory on Saturday.
Several Vols performed well on Saturday in Tennessee’s 45-0 win over UTC. Here are the players who earned game balls for their play.
A handful of Vol players spoke with the media after the Vols’ 45-0 win over UT-Chattanooga to discuss Tennessee’s first win of the season.
We get you ready for Tennessee spring practices with our position preview series. Next up is a look at the Vols’ wide receivers.
According to Jeremy Pruitt, three different Vols will be switching positions for the first week of spring practices.
Many Vol fans have wanted to see wide receiver Tyler Byrd switch positions and play on defense. Now it looks like those wishes might be coming true.
Vol wide receiver Tyler Byrd took a shot at a South Carolina defensive back on Thursday via Twitter.
Some of Tennessee’s less-proven receivers stepped up in the Orange and White Game on Saturday.
Despite plenty of new faces in the wide receiver room, Butch Jones says the receivers are moving forward.