Titans Sign Offensive Weapon Through International Player Pathway Program
The Tennessee Titans sent shockwaves through the NFL with their draft-day trade that sent A.J. Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles. Tennessee ended up with first-round wide receiver Treylon Burks, and added a pair of other pass-catchers in the draft in UCLA WR Kyle Phillips and Maryland tight end
While the offense is ready to lean heavily into their best option, running back Derrick Henry, head coach Mike Vrabel and the front office need to continue surrounding quarterback Ryan Tannehill with talent.
They added another offensive weapon on Tuesday through the NFL's International Player Pathway Program.
Titans Thomas Odukoya
International Player Pathway Program
Tennessee signed tight end Thomas Odukoya from the Netherlands. Odukoya joins Tennessee as part of the international program after playing 40 games at Eastern Michigan.
According to the International Pathway Program rules, Odukoya will not count against the team’s 90-man roster. He's expected to join the Titans for rookie minicamp and fight for a coveted spot on the 53-man roster.
Standing at 6-foot-6 and 293 pounds, Odukoya is a big-bodied pass-catcher who tallied 21 career receptions for 194 yards and four touchdowns during four years at Eastern Michigan. Odukoya adds depth to a Titans' tight end room that includes Austin Hooper, Geoff Swaim, Tommy Hudson, Okonkwo and Ryan Izzo.
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