The Tennessee Titans continue bargain shopping in free agency, reaching a one-year deal with former Baltimore Ravens receiver Michael Campanaro.
Campanaro (5-9, 191), spent his first four seasons in Baltimore after being a seventh-round pick of the Ravens in 2014.
Campanaro has played in 24 NFL games in that span an has 31 career receptions for 310 yards an two touchdowns.
He also has returned punts and kickoffs in his time in the league.
Campanaro joins a Titans receiving corps that was thin on numbers with only four receivers with any experience and three who have played just one NFL season. Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor enter their second seasons, while Tajae Sharpe, after starting as a rookie in 2016, spent last year on injured reserve due to foot surgery.
The Titans lone veteran receiver is Rishard Matthews.