Its been a tough year for injuries for the Tennessee Titans particularly at the tight end position. The Titans have placed tight end Brett Brackett on injured reserve as the result of a knee injury suffered during the New York Jets game last Sunday. Brackett finishes the season playing in eight games with no targets or completions. Brackett joins fellow tight ends Craig Stevens and Taylor Thompson on injured reserve.
The Titans signed tight end Matthew Mulligan in his place. Mulligan is a six year veteran who has spent time with the New York Jets, St. Louis Rams, and New England Patriots. He has played in 65 games with sixteen receptions for 160 yards and two touchdowns. He played college football at Maine.
The Titans also signed quarterback Alex Tanney to their practice squad. Tanney is known as the “trick shot artist.” A second year player, Tanney played college football at Monmouth College.