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Titans agree to terms with CB Quenton Meeks

After releasing three players yesterday afternoon, the Titans added a new defensive back on Tuesday...

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The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with former Jaguars and Chargers defensive back Quenton Meeks, per Jim Wyatt and the team.

Meeks (6-2, 197) played his college football at Stanford where he was an incredibly productive player. He totaled 115 tackles, seven interceptions and scored two touchdowns while representing the Cardinals.

Meeks was a fan favorite on Draft Twitter during the 2018 NFL Draft. It was, at the time, a bit of a surprise to see him go undrafted. He signed with the Jaguars as a UDFA. He’s also spent time with the Chargers. Meeks has recorded eight tackles and two passes defended in 14 career games.

He joins a deep cornerback room that already includes Kristian Fulton, Jackrabbit Jenkins, Caleb Farley, Elijah Molden and Breon Borders. He’s going to have a tough time cracking this roster.