Titans agree to terms with first-round pick Taylor Lewan

Thursday July 24th, 2014

The Tennessee Titans and No. 11 pick Taylor Lewan have agreed to terms on a multi-year contract, the team announced Thursday. 

The fully-guaranteed contract is for four years and worth roughly $11.5 million, with a $6.7 million signing bonus, reports The Tennessean

Lewan, an offensive tackle out of Michigan, was the last of the NFL's unsigned first-round draft picks. 

With the Wolverines, Lewan was a two-time Big Ten offensive lineman of the year and an AP First-Team All-American.

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Lewan faces a trial in October for assault and battery after allegedly punching an Ohio State fan after the Michigan-Ohio State game last November.

Titans players report to training camp on Friday. 

- Molly Geary 

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