The Tennessee Titans have reached a two-year deal with cornerback Brice McCain, reports NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.
The contract is reportedly worth $4.4 million in base salary, with a maximum value of $5 million.
McCain, who was cut by the Miami Dolphins last month, is a seven-year NFL veteran with 188 combined tackles and nine interceptions in his career.
In 14 games and 11 starts with the Dolphins in 2015, McCain had 39 tackles, an interception and 10 pass break-ups.
A sixth-round selection by the Texans in the 2009 draft out of Utah, McCain played five years in Houston before spending the 2014 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Titans tied the Cleveland Browns for the worst record in the NFL in 2015 at 3–13.