Jeff Fisher is bringing another former Titan to St. Louis agreeing to terms with wide receiver Kenny Britt.
Britt gets a one-year deal. Reports say $550,000 of the $1.4 million is guaranteed and with incentives it could max out at $2.9 million.
The Titans took Britt in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft, but injuries held him back virtually his entire Titan career.
Britt never caught more than 45 passes and only played all 16 games one time in five seasons in Nashville.
After last season, it was clear the Titans and Britt were no longer a match.
Britt accused the team of a double-standard when he was benched after repeated dropped passes. He also vowed to be a “number one” wide receiver in the NFL once again.
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has not been shy to bring in his former players before reuniting with Cortland Finnegan, William Hayes, Jared Cook and Will Witherspoon since taking over in St. Louis.