NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have added a pair of new defenders and brought back an offensive tackle.
The Titans announced Monday they have agreed to terms with cornerback Kevin Johnson, outside linebacker Ola Adeniyi and offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo.
Johnson is the second cornerback the Titans have added since releasing starters Malcolm Butler and Adoree Jackson. The six-year veteran has started 25 of 64 games and has 188 tackles, an interception and 22 passes defensed.
The 16th overall draft pick in 2015 by Houston out of Wake Forest, Johnson played with Buffalo in 2019 and was with Cleveland last season where he started six of his 13 games.
Adeniyi spent the past three seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, playing in 32 games with 10 tackles, 14 on special teams and forcing three fumbles on special teams.
Sambrailo started five of the 10 games he played last season for Tennessee at left tackle. He missed the last six games after being hurt in an overtime win at Baltimore on Nov. 22, which put him on injured reserve. He has started 18 of his 67 games in six NFL seasons with Tennessee, Atlanta and Denver.
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