Titans agree to terms on deal with linebacker Rashaan Evans
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans now have three of their four draft picks under contract with linebacker Rashaan Evans, the No. 22 pick overall out of Alabama, agreeing to terms.
The Titans announced the deal Tuesday.
The 6-foot-3 Evans played in 53 games at Alabama, where he had 15 sacks and 152 tackles. He was a full-time starter as a senior, helping the Crimson Tide win the national championship. The Titans traded up three spots to select Evans.
The Titans already have deals with their fifth-round pick, safety Dane Cruikshank, and sixth-round selection, quarterback Luke Falk.
Linebacker Harold Landry of Boston College, the team’s pick in the second round, is the team’s last unsigned selection from the smallest draft class in franchise history.
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