Titans Agree to Terms With Veteran TE Nick Vannett

Titans and veteran tight end Nick Vannett reach an agreement.

NASHVILLE: Veteran tight end Nick Vannett and the Titans have reached an agreement.

Vannett was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Earlier in the day, he visited Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park.

Over the course of his NFL career, Vannett has played for the Seahawks (2016–19), Steelers (2019), Broncos (2020), Saints (2021–2022), Giants (2022), Texans (2023), and Chargers (2023).

The 6-foot-6, 257-pound player has made 91 career receptions for 877 yards and six touchdowns in 94 career games, including 43 starts.

After spending the 2023 preseason with the Texans, Vannett began the regular season on the Chargers practice squad before eventually being elevated to the 53-man roster to serve primarily as a blocking tight end and special teams contributor. In eight games, he recorded five starts and caught one pass for three yards.

Vannett played in college at Ohio State, where he played in 53 games and caught 55 passes for 585 yards and six receiving touchdowns.

Also, the Titans have waived defensive back Rod Gattison, who signed as an undrafted free agent on Friday.

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