The Tennessee Titans continue to add to their wide receiver ranks, agreeing to a deal with Nick Williams.
Williams is entering his fifth NFL season after originally signing with the Washington Redskins as an undrafted rookie in 2013. He also spent the past three seasons with the Atlanta Falcons.
Williams, 5-10, 184, has played in 22 NFL games and has 28 career receptions for 263 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He had 17 of those receptions for 159 yards and both scores in 2015 with the Falcons.
Williams is familiar to new Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur, who served as quarterbacks coach both with the Redskins (2013) and Falcons (2015-16) during Williams’ tenure with those clubs.
Williams joins a Titans wide receiver corps that includes veteran Rishard Matthews, second-year players Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor, as well as Tajae Sharpe and recent free agent signing Michael Campanaro. The Titans also signed a number of undrafted rookies to compete for roster spots as well in training camp.