The Tennessee Titans have addressed their need for a veteran wide receiver, agreeing to a deal with Tampa Bay Buccaneers free agent Adam Humphries, TitanInsider has confirmed.
According to reports, the deal for Humphries is worth $36 million over four years.
Humphries, 26, came to the Buccaneers in 2015 as an undrafted rookie receiver from Clemson. He bucked the odds and made the 53-man roster, catching 27 passes in 13 games as a rookie.
Humphries steadily improved and last season caught a career-high 76 passes for 816 yards and scored five touchdowns.
The Titans were in the market to add experience and productivity to their wide receiver corps, which lacked a veteran presence after Rishard Matthews abruptly quit the team and was released about a month into the regular season.
Corey Davis led the Titans in receptions in 2018 with 63 catches.
Humphries will also give Marcus Mariota another reliable target, operating primarily as a slot receiver. The Titans lost their most reliable target in tight end Delanie Walker, who suffered a broken fibula in the season opener in Miami last season.