The Tennessee Titans have signed two more players to futures contracts.
Two more players have been signed to futures contracts by the Tennessee Titans.
On Tuesday, the Titans signed Vanderbilt product and outside linebacker Josh Smith to a futures contract, according to Jim Wyatt of Titans Online.
Then, on Thursday, the Titans also inked defensive back Kenneth Durden, also per Wyatt.
These two moves come on the heels of the Titans signing 10 other players to futures contracts in moves that were announced on Tuesday.
Those 10 players are as follows.
DE Amani Bledsoe
RB Dalyn Dawkins
LB Nigel Harris
TE Parker Hesse
C Daniel Munyer
DB Kareem Orr
OL David Quessenberry
WR Trevion Thompson
RB Shaun Wilson
QB Logan Woodside
Smith, who was an undrafted free agent, was added to the Titans’ roster back in August but later landed on injured reserve. He was then waived with an injury settlement not long after that.
In December, Smith returned and was signed to the team’s practice squad. He did not play in any games for Tennessee, though.
The outside linebacker spent four years with the Commodores and compiled 92 tackles (14 for loss) and six sacks.
Durden, who went undrafted out of South Florida, appeared in five games for the Titans in 2018, playing just 11 snaps on defense and 22 on special teams.
He has spent time on the team’s practice squad in the past few years but didn’t play in any games for the Titans in 2019.
In total, the Titans now have 12 players signed to futures contracts.