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Titans add pair of rookies to 90 man roster

The Titans agreed to terms with two rookies who attended rookie minicamp

2023 NFL Draft - Round 1 Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images

In addition to the previously reported undrafted free agents, the Tennessee Titans have added another pair of rookies to their 90 man roster. The Titans signed former Northern Arizona University defensive back Alonso Davis, per his representation. The Titans obviously had previous interest in Davis, because he attended rookie minicamp with the Kansas City Chiefs last week, who decided against signing him. That’s when the Titans swooped in.

Davis played out the 2022 campaign at Northern Arizona after spending the previous five campaigns (2017-21) at Southern Utah. Davis appeared in 11 contests for Northern Arizona. He recorded 32 tackles, 11 pass breakups and two interceptions.

The Titans also signed defensive back Anthony Kendall, per Aaron Wilson. Kendall played college football at the D-III level for Baldwin-Wallace.

Kendall (5-foot-10, 180 pounds) enjoyed some standout testing numbers throughout the pre-draft process. Kendall ran the 40 in 4.44 seconds and posted an elite 7.01 in the 3-cone. Kendall leaped a 39.5-inch vertical and 11-foot-1 broad. Kendall’s testing numbers at his Pro Day have rewarded him with an opportunity with the Titans.

Baldwin appeared in 31 career contests for the Yellow Jackets. He posted 127 tackles, 20 pass breakups and six interceptions. Baldwin competed at Titans rookie minicamp.

Update: the Titans have added the following six rookies to their roster, including former Georgia wide receiver Kearis Jackson. The additional five players were tryouts at rookie minicamp.