LOS ANGELES (AP) Cornerback Coty Sensabaugh has agreed to a three-year deal with the Los Angeles Rams.
The club confirmed the deal Tuesday.
Sensabaugh started 27 games during his first four NFL seasons with the Tennessee Titans, who drafted him in the fourth round in 2012. The Clemson product started 15 games last year, making two interceptions.
Sensabaugh worked with Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams in 2013 when Williams was a Titans assistant.
The Rams need another starting cornerback alongside Trumaine Johnson to replace Janoris Jenkins, who agreed to a lavish free-agent deal with the New York Giants. Sensabaugh will compete for the job with E.J. Gaines in training camp.
Los Angeles also re-signed defensive end Eugene Sims and tight end Cory Harkey.