A familiar face is coming back home. The Tennessee Titans have claimed center Corey Levin off of waivers, according to the NFL transaction wire.
Levin was drafted in the 6th round by the Titans in 2017, where he would spend the next two seasons. He was cut after the 2019 training camp. Since then Levin has spent time with the Broncos, Bears, and Patriots, and spent this season going through camp with the Jets. He was recently cut by New York, opening the door for his return today.
The Titans did not announce a corresponding roster move yet. The team got down to 53 players yesterday, although several remain on the team’s COVID list, so more moves are coming shortly.
Levin is an upgrade over Daniel Munyer, giving the Titans more depth on the interior offensive line. The 6-4, 312 pound lineman attended Tennessee-Chattanooga, and is now 27 years old. Aaron Brewer is also in the mix here, who is coming back from injury and missed all of preseason. We’ll see if both Levin and Brewer stick going forward.