The Tennessee Titans are coming off a surprise appearance in the AFC Championship Game. They have also made sure to keep the core together by re-signing quarterback Ryan Tannehill and placing the franchise tag on reigning NFL rushing champion Derrick Henry.
Tennessee is now stealing from the division-rival Houston Texans. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Titans have signed two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Johnathan Joseph.
Joseph, 36, played a resounding 14 seasons with the Texans after they made him a first-round pick back in 2006. He started 186 games during that span, earning Pro Bowl honors back in 2011 and 2012. Joseph finishes his Titans career with 194 passes defended and 31 interceptions.
This move also seems to suggest that fellow veteran corner Logan Ryan will not return to the Titans. He’s one of the top remaining free agents.