The Tennessee Titans made four roster moves on Thursday afternoon, agreeing to terms with two players while also waiving two others, the team announced.
The Titans are bringing aboard safeties Tedric Thompson and Reggie Floyd. The signing of Thompson was announced on Wednesday via his agent.
On top of those moves, the Titans also waived offensive lineman and decorated college wrestler, Adam Coon, who recently suffered an injury in practice, and former Vanderbilt wide receiver, Kalija Lipscomb.
Thompson was a fourth-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks in 2017 and has spent four seasons in the league, three with the Seahawks and one with the Chiefs.
In 37 career games (16 starts), Thompson has three interceptions, five passes defensed and two fumble recoveries. He spent the 2020 campaign with the Chiefs, playing in eight games (no starts).
Floyd, who played his college ball at Virginia Tech, was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Arizona Cardinals in 2020 but was later released. He has yet to play in a regular season game in the NFL.
While Floyd appears to just be a bottom-of-the-roster addition, Thompson’s experience tells us he’s a bit more than that. The Colorado product will have a good chance to make the cut as a backup out of training camp.
The Titans will hit the field for their first preseason game on Friday night when they go to Atlanta to take on the Falcons.