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Titans sign receiver Cody Hollister

More depth at receiver for camp.

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The Titans added to their receiver room today, signing Cody Hollister according to Tom Pelissero.

The 25 year old receiver signed with the Patriots after going undrafted in 2017. He spent his rookie year on New England’s practice squad and was signed to a futures deal after the season. He spent the 2018 season on the Patriots’ non-football injury reserve list with a back issue.

Hollister comes out of Arkansas, where he spent three seasons. He caught 27 passes for 342 yards and one touchdown during his career in Fayetteville.

His twin brother Jacob is a tight end in the league, who was also with the Patriots last season. Jacob was shipped to Seattle earlier this offseason.

The Titans added Adam Humphries in free agency and spend their second round pick on Ole Miss receiver A.J. Brown. They also signed Isaac Zico and Anthony Ratliff-Williams as undrafted free agents.

Hollister fits somewhere into the group behind Corey Davis, Humphries, Brown, Tajae Sharpe and Taywan Taylor. He will battle it out for a roster spot with those undrafted players, along with guys who were already on the roster like Devin Ross, Darius Jennings, Cameron Batson and Kalif Raymond.