Simon first joined the Titans in July, replacing fellow pass rusher Tuzar Skipper on the offseason roster. Before that, he spent three years with the Patriots. In 2020, he started in all 16 games and registered 53 stops with two sacks. All in all, he’s got 97 appearances and 52 career starts to his credit for the Ravens, Texans, Colts, and Patriots.
Reid, meanwhile, has played for seven NFL teams since coming into the league in 2014. The veteran now has a chance to accomplish a rare NFL feat — should he make the Titans, he’ll have played for six teams in the past six years. The 29-year-old (30 in November) bounced on and off the Jaguars’ active roster in 2020. He saw time in seven games with Jacksonville last season — all as a reserve. Overall, the Princeton alum has 54 appearances to his credit, including 16 starts.
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