The Tennessee Titans were busy yesterday locking up Shonn Greene to compliment Chris Johnson in the backfield for the 2013 season, and today they made a move to shore up their return game. The Titans have agreed to terms with kick returner Darius Reynaud, signing him to a one-year deal on Thursday afternoon.
Darius Reynaud has agreed to a 1 yr deal to stay with #Titans
— Terry McCormick (@terrymc13) March 14, 2013
Reynaud has split his time between Minnesota and New York, as he started his career with the Vikings but was traded to the New York Giants a few years back. Reynaud then spent last season with the Titans and they apparently liked what they saw as the one year contract he’s getting will be renewing his time in Tennessee.
They’ve got good reason to renew him in Tennessee, as Reynaud had a surprisingly good season last year returning kicks as he was apart of the “Music City Miracle Part II” and became the 16th player in NFL history to return to kick returns for touchdowns in the same game during the 2012 season.
Tennessee is trying to make sure they don’t have any holes on their roster in 2013, and while Reynaud isn’t a giant signing, he’s a solid talent that can give the Titans confidence when it comes to returning kicks.