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Titans sign journeyman guard Zac Kerin

More depth on the interior of the offensive line.

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The Titans announced this afternoon that they have agreed to terms with journeyman guard Zac Kerin.

The 28-year old Kerin has been in the league since making the Vikings roster as an undrafted free agent back in 2014. He spent time with the Lions, Giants, Falcons, and Redskins in addition to his time in Minnesota and most recently played for the New York Guardians of the XFL.

With just two career starts in the NFL, there isn’t much to go on with Kerin. He’ll be coming in to compete with Jamil Douglas, Daniel Munyer, David Quessenberry, and Avery Gennesy for a backup spot on the interior offensive line. The Titans are also reportedly bringing in Texas State center Aaron Brewer as an undrafted rookie, though the team has yet to confirm most of the UDFA signings that have been reported.

I don’t know that any of those guys are particularly inspiring options, but Kerin at least has some experience. The Titans will continue to fill out their 90-man roster over the next few weeks as they go through virtual OTAs.