Titans agree to terms with DE DeMarcus Walker

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The Tennessee Titans have added another defender to their offseason roster.

According to his agent, David Canter, the Titans have agreed to terms with defensive end DeMarcus Walker. The length and financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

As we shared with you on Wednesday, Walker was recently brought in for a visit after the Indianapolis Colts gave him a look on Tuesday. Score one for the good guys.

Here’s more background on Walker, per our article:

A former second-round pick of the Broncos in 2017, Walker tallied 10.5 sacks and 51 tackles in 36 games (five starts) over four seasons in Denver.

Walker spent the 2021 campaign with the Texans, playing in 13 games (two starts). The 27-year-old totaled two sacks and 31 tackles in his lone season in Houston.

In four career games against Tennessee, Walker has compiled nine tackles (two for loss), two sacks and four QB hits. In two contests versus the Titans in 2021, Walker failed to record a sack but had five tackles and one pass defended.

Walker will have a shot to make the Titans’ roster out of training camp, but the team has a fairly crowded situation upfront and on the edge, so nothing is guaranteed for the 27-year-old Florida State product.

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