Titans agree to terms with safety Jamal Carter

The recent safety parade continues apace in Tennessee.

The Titans announced Tuesday afternoon that they agreed to terms with 27 year old Jamal Carter.

Carter has 28 games under his belt in the NFL, spending his 2017 rookie year in Denver before spending the past two years with Atlanta. His 2018 season was spent on the injured reserve.

Carter played all 16 games as a rookie, with 11 total tackles and a pass defensed. His time in Atlanta was less productive, playing 11 games in 2019 and only one in 2020.

Jamal Carter had signed a futures contract with the Arizona Cardinals previously in the offseason but was waived last week.

The signing of Carter brings the Titans up to 85 players on the current roster, the maximum allowed after 3 p.m. earlier this afternoon.

Carter is the fourth safety to be brought in by the team since their first preseason game last Friday night.

Author: Easton Freezeis a Nashville native who loves covering the NFL. He is the host of The Hot Read Podcast, and when he isn't watching or covering sports, he's spending time with friends and family.


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