As expected, the Tennessee Titans reached a new agreement to keep tight end Phillip Supernaw in the fold on Friday, just a day after not tendering him as a restricted free agent.
Supernaw, who came to the Titans in 2105 as a street free agent, became one of the Titans’ core special teams players. The Titans elected not to tender Supernaw at the level of $1.797 million, but instead re-signed him to a two-year contract extension.
Supernaw’s role might increase unless the Titans can find another blocking tight end to replace Anthony Fasano, who departed Tennessee on Thursday to return to the Miami Dolphins, where he spent five seasons earlier in his career.
Supernaw had four receptions for 62 yards last season for the Titans.