Titans agree to terms with Farley, 5 of 8 draft picks

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with first-round selection Caleb Farley and four of his fellow draft picks just before their three-day rookie minicamp.

The Titans announced Thursday they have agreed to terms with five of their eight draft picks along with 10 undrafted free agents.

Farley was the No. 22 pick overall out of Virginia Tech. The Titans also agreed with right tackle Dillon Radunz of North Dakota State, their second-round selection; fourth-round wide receiver Dez Fitzpatrick of Louisville, sixth-rounders wide receiver Racey McMath of LSU and safety Brady Breeze.

That leaves linebacker Monty Rice of Georgia and cornerback Elijah Molden of Washington, the team’s third-round selections, and outside linebacker Rashad Weaver of Pittsburgh, their second round-round pick, still unsigned. Weaver is facing a charge of simple assault following an incident in Pittsburgh last month.

Among the undrafted free agents, the Titans signed Ohio State kicker Blake Haubeil to compete against Tucker McCann. They also signed tight ends Miller Forristall of Alabama and Briley Moore of Kansas State.

Their other signees include offensive lineman Cole Banwart of Iowa, LSU fullback Tory Carter, offensive lineman Chandon Herring of Brigha Young, defensive lineman Naquan Jones of Michigan State, Virginia Tech linebacker Justus Reed, Iowa running back Mekhi Sargent and punter James Smith from Cincinnati.

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