The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with linebacker Rennie Curran and free agent tight end Sean Ryan, the team announced Wednesday.
Curran was a third-round selection out of the University of Georgia. A bit small for his position (5-foot-11, 235 pounds) he started 30 games in three seasons with the Bulldogs and finished his career 16th in all-time tackles at UGA with 298.
He had 115 stops in 2008 and 130 last fall, which made him the first Georgia player since 1996-97 with 100 or more in back-to-back seasons.
With a little more than two weeks before the start of training camp only three of the Titans’ nine picks in the April draft – Derrick Morgan (first round), Damian Williams (third round) and Robert Johnson (fourth round) – have yet to agree to terms.
Ryan is a seven-year veteran who has played with six teams, most recently the Kansas City Chiefs. He has 26 career receptions for 240 yards and two touchdowns.
Originally drafted in the fourth round (144th overall) he also has played with the N.Y. Jets, Miami, New Orleans and San Francisco.