There appears to be mutual interest between the Tennessee Titans and free agent safety Sean Jones, who wrapped up his visit to Nashville on Monday.
The Titans are in the market for needed depth behind starters Michael Griffin and Chris Hope at the safety position, and according agent Brian Mackler, “there is interest on both sides.”
Mackler and the Titans are expected to talk on Tuesday. That, however, is not to say that the Titans don’t have competition for Jones, who also visited with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers recently.
Jones spent the first five years of his NFL career with the Cleveland Browns before going to the Philadelphia Eagles last year. For the Eagles in 2009, Jones had 61 tackles and two interceptions in 15 games with nine starts.
Behind Griffin and Hope, the Titans have Donnie Nickey, who is primarily a special teams player, and Vincent Fuller, whose primary role is as the team’s nickelback.
Kevin Kaesviharn, who filled a backup role last season, is an unrestricted free agent, and the Titans apparently have not made any overtures yet toward re-signing him.