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Titans make three additions to practice squad

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The Tennessee Titans have added three players to their practice squad. General manager Jon Robinson continues to tinker with the backend of his roster.

Chester Rogers is certainly the most notable addition here. He’s played in a fair amount of games with the Colts, while catching 111 balls for 1,221 yards and 5 touchdowns. He also spent time with the Dolphins earlier this August. Rogers stands in at 6-feet tall, and could give the Titans more size than they currently have at the backend of the position.

Breon Borders and Greg Mabin have both bounced around the league quite a bit themselves. They have less in-game experience than Rogers, but have both spent time with several NFL organizations.

As for the cuts, Kobe Smith is probably the most notable, if you can call it that. Smith signed with the Titans at the conclusion of the 2020 NFL Draft. He played his college football at South Carolina. He spent the entire offseason with the team, and was originally added to the practice squad in early September after the team cut down its roster to 53 players.

Picasso Nelson and Maurice Smith were also cut. They originally signed to the practice squad earlier this week.