Titans, Succop agree to 1-year deal
09/01/2014 3:30 PM
09/01/2014 3:39 PM
Nashville, TN (SportsNetwork.com) - The Tennessee Titans and kicker Ryan Succop have agreed to terms on a one-year contract.
The Tennessean was first to report the news on Monday, revealing that Succop traveled to Nashville to meet with Titans officials, took a physical, and apparently made enough of an impression to be signed.
Succop, at 27 years old and heading into his sixth professional season, connected on 22-of-28 field goals and all 52 of his extra-point attempts in 16 games last season for Kansas City.
He departs the Chiefs after five seasons having converted 119-of-147 field goals and each of his 160 extra points over 80 games.
In additional roster moves, the Titans agreed to terms on a contract with linebacker Quentin Groves, waived linebacker Patrick Bailey and added cornerback Ri'Shard Anderson, linebacker Dontay Moch and tight end Orson Charles to the practice squad.
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