Titans agree to terms with Dane Cruikshank, QB Luke Falk
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with half their draft class in reaching deals with defensive back Dane Cruikshank and quarterback Luke Falk.
The Titans announced the deals Thursday.
Cruikshank was selected in the fifth round after being a two-year starter at Arizona, and he finished with 135 tackles, five interceptions and a forced fumble over 25 games.
Tennessee wrapped up its four-pick draft by taking Falk in the sixth round. He went from a walk-on at Washington State to setting a handful of Pac-12 passing records, finishing with 14,486 yards passing and 119 touchdowns. He started 40 games and threw for at least 300 yards in 30 games and posted seven comeback victories in the fourth quarter.