Which undrafted players have signed


The 2022 NFL Draft is on the books, but work on the rookie class is far from done by the Tennessee Titans, with teams now eligible to sign undrafted free agents.

The Titans made nine selections in the draft: Arkansas wide receiver Treylon Burks (round 1, #18 overall), Auburn cornerback Roger McCreary (round 2, #35 overall), Ohio State offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere (round 3, #69 overall), Liberty quarterback Malik Willis (round 3, #86 overall), Michigan running back Hassan Haskins (round 4, #131 overall), Maryland tight end Chigoziem Okonkwo (round 4, #143 overall), UCLA wide receiver Kyle Phillps (round 5, #163 overall), Tennessee defensive back Theo Jackson (round 6, No. 204 overall) and linebacker Ole Miss Chance Campbell (round 6, No. 219 overall).

Here’s a look at the undrafted free agents who will join rookies for the Titans:

Kicker Caleb Shudak, Iowa – Shudak holds the Iowa record for career field goal percentage at 82.8%. Randy Bullock re-signed with the Titans to a two-year contract this offseason, but Shudak is giving him competition in training camp. By NFL Network.

Wide receiver Reggie Roberson Jr., SMU Roberson had 51 catches for 625 yards and six touchdowns at SMU last season. He will have a chance to compete in a wide reception hall that needs to find a way to replace AJ Brown’s production. By Professional Football Network.

Cornerback Tre Swilling, Georgia Tech Swilling started 12 games for Georgia Tech last season, recording 33 tackles and four pass breakups. He will compete for depth from back-end to cornerback. By Professional Football Network.

Defensive tackle Haskell Garrett, Ohio State – Garrett led Ohio State with 5.5 sacks last season and added seven tackles for the loss. There is a need to consolidate the tackle spot behind starter Teair Tart, who missed six games last season through injury. By On3 Sports.

Linebacker Jack Gibbens, Minnesota – Gibbens led Minnesota last season with 92 tackles. The Titans are deep inside linebacker, but Gibbens could have a chance at practice squad. Through the network project.

Offensive Lineman Hayden Howerton, EMS Howerton started 12 games for SMU last season and has experience in multiple places on the interior offensive line. The Titans don’t have a clear anchor order at left guard after Rodger Saffold’s release. By Dallas Morning News.

Defensive Lineman David Anenih, Houston Anenih has appeared in 14 games for Houston in 2021 and has recorded 30 tackles, including 10 for loss. He also had five sacks for the year. Anenih could be another body for the Titans in training camp. By NFL Network.

This story will be updated.

Ben Arthur covers the Tennessee Titans for the USA TODAY Network. Contact him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter at @benyarthur.


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