Tennessee Titans general manager Jon Robinson added another player he has familiarity with on Thursday, agreeing to terms with offensive lineman Kevin Pamphile.
Pamphile was a fifth-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2014 when Robinson worked in the Bucs’ front office.
The addition of Pamphile, who has 33 starts in 53 games over four seasons with Tampa Bay, gives the Titans depth on the interior of the offensive line. Tennessee signed right guard Josh Kline to a four-year extension and tendered restricted free agent left guard Quinton Spain at $1.905 million for the coming season.
Early in free agency, the Titans added two other players from the New England Patriots that Robinson had previous knowledge of with cornerback Malcolm Butler and running back Dion Lewis.