The Tennessee Titans and linebacker Sean Spence have agreed to a contract, the team announced Wednesday.
Spence, last with the Steelers, visited the Jaguars and Dolphins before deciding on the Titans. NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports Spence’s contract is for one year and worth $2.5 million.
Over the last two seasons, Spence has recorded 90 tackles and two sacks in 31 games. According to the team release, he is expected to be in the mix for a starting inside linebacker spot and will also feature on special teams.
Spence was a third-round selection in 2012 out of Miami by the Steelers. He reunites in Tennessee with former Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau, now in the same role with the Titans.