CB Herndon reportedly agrees to deal with Titans

Jun 11, 2007 - 2:59 AM NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Ticker) -- Apparently the Tennessee Titans felt the need to add a little more insurance to the secondary.

According to a report on the Tennessean web site on Sunday, the Titans have agreed to terms with defensive back Kelly Herndon on a three-year contract.

The addition of Herndon, who was released by the Seattle Seahawks, gives more depth to the Titans, who will be without suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones for the entire 2007 season.

Jones was suspended in April by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for his numerous off-the-field incidents.

Herndon is also reunited with Mike Reinfeldt, who left the Seahawks in February to take over Tennessee's general manager position.

At 5-10 and 180 pounds, Herndon had career-high 68 tackles - 50 solo - with one interception through 16 games with Seattle last season.

Tennessee also looked to bolster the secondary with the signing of free agent Nick Harper from Indianapolis and the drafting of safety Michael Griffin with the 19th overall.






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