While teams around the league remove players from their rosters in advance of today’s 75-man cutdown deadline, the Titans have added a free agent to their roster. The Titans announced today (via Twitter) that Dominique Davis has signed with the team, as first reported by Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean (via Twitter).
Davis, 25, saw limited regular season action for the Falcons last season, completing five of his seven pass attempts for 34 yards. The former Atlanta backup was cut by the team back in June when T.J. Yates arrived from Houston in a trade. Davis worked out for the Patriots earlier this month, but didn’t find a new home until today, with the Titans.
Of course, Davis’ stint in Tennessee may not last long, depending on what the team’s plan is for this weekend’s cutdown to 53 players. Assuming Davis doesn’t make the cut for the Titans’ regular-season roster, he could ultimately land one of the 10 spots on the club’s practice squad.
By our count, the Titans are now carrying 79 players on their roster, so four cuts will be required within the next four hours.