The Tennessee Titans reached agreements Tuesday with guard Andy Levitre and tight end Delanie Walker, according to ESPN.
Levitre will become one of the league's highest-paid guards after agreeing to a five-year, $39 million deal, ESPN reported. Walker agreed to a four-year contract.
Levitre, 26, started 64 consecutive games for the Buffalo Bills, never missing a game during the past four seasons.
Walker, 28, finished last season with 21 receptions for 344 yards and three touchdowns for NFC champion San Francisco. He has 123 career receptions in six seasons with the 49ers.
Levitre and Walker could be targed as replacements for retirning Titans guard Steve Hutchinson and tight end Jared Cook, who is expected to sign with another team.