Tennessee Titans Put More Strength in Offense with Addition of Guard Kyle DeVan

Though the offense is said to be one of their stronger sides, there is no reason not to strengthen it even more. The Tennessee Titans have done just that with the addition of guard Kyle DeVan  whom last played with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Aside from being a member of the Eagles organization for five games, DeVan has also spent time with the Indianapolis Colts for the previous two years. DeVan is a solid 6-foot-2, 306 offensive lineman. It’s going to be a great addition for the Titans even though he doesn’t have as much experience as some of the guys on the line do. If anything it will be another learning experience. But after playing with teams like the Eagles and Colts, you would think that he has a solid knowledge of the game.

In 2009 DeVan was picked up by the Washington Redskins as an undrafted free agent. Not a name you hear a lot about in the NFL, but hopefully he will end up being a good product for the Titans.

The bad thing is that the Titans, despite the closeness of their team, do not have room for everyone. In order to make room for DeVan, the team was forced to waive rookie running back Darryl Whiting. Whiting, by the way, was just picked up as an undrafted free agent right after this year’s draft along with fourteen other players.

In other wide receiver news, it has not been set in stone yet about Kendall Wright’s contract. I would assume that he will be receiving one, sooner rather than later, but at the current time, no official news has been released.  The offensive coordinator, Chris Palmer has already made it very clear that he will be staying with the team, but it will be interesting to see what kind of papers will be drawn up.


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