clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Titans sign former XFL guard Avery Gennesy

New, comments

Jon Robinson adding some camp competition on the offensive line.

Houston Roughnecks v Dallas Renegades Photo by Andrew Hancock/XFL via Getty Images

The Titans announced this afternoon that they have signed Texas A&M guard Avery Gennesy to a contract.

Gennesy was last seen starting at right guard for the Houston Roughnecks in the XFL and has spent time on the practice squads of the Jaguars, Browns, and Broncos since going undrafted out of A&M in 2017. He also played tackle for the Aggies during his college career, though his measurables certainly peg him as more of a fit at guard for the Titans.

Think of this as more of a camp invite than a signing. It is almost certainly a one year deal for the league minimum that will have no real impact on the team’s current cap situation. Gennesy will get a chance to come in and compete for a backup guard spot with the likes of Jamil Douglas, David Quessenberry, and Daniel Munyer. The Titans might also consider adding a draft pick to this group next week.