Report: Tennessee Titans signing OL Willie Wright

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The Tennessee Titans are reportedly signing an offensive lineman to their offseason roster.

According to Joe Rexrode of The Athletic, Tennessee is signing interior offensive lineman Willie Wright. The financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

Wright has experience playing at both guard and center. It isn’t clear whose spot he’s going to take at the moment, but backup center Daniel Munyer did suffer an injury during Tuesday’s practice.

After going undrafted out of Tulsa, Wright, 26, has had a cup of coffee with the Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears but has never played in a regular season game.

In our latest 53-man projection, we have Nate Davis and Aaron Brewer manning the starting guard spots, and Jamarco Jones and Corey Levin serving as backups on the interior.

We’d be surprised if Wright supplants either of the backup options, making it likely his best bet to stick in Nashville will come via the practice squad.

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Story originally appeared on Titans Wire