The Tennessee Titans have re-signed defensive lineman DaQuan Jones, the club announced on Wednesday.
Jones, who has started the past two seasons, had his 2017 season cut short due to a torn biceps injury that cost him the final month of the regular season and both of the Titans playoff games.
The deal is worth $21 million over three years, with $14 million guaranteed, his representation at CAA Football sent out on Twitter.
Jones, a former fourth-round pick from Penn State in 2014, has spent time at the nose tackle position in the Titans 3-4 scheme and also has played defensive end as well.
He has six career sacks and had a career-high 3.5 sacks last season.
Jones is the second Titans defensive lineman to be re-signed by the club, joining backup David King. He is the fourth player overall re-signed by Tennessee, following kicker Ryan Succop and guard Josh Kline.